FASTSIGNS executive Mark Jameson, Senior Vice President of Franchise Development, will be speaking with individuals about the company’s franchise opportunity and the national conversion program both domestic and internationally, and will be exhibiting during show hours (Booth #1129). Jameson, along with Catherine Monson, CEO of FASTSIGNS, will
also be hosting a luncheon on Friday, February 25, 2011. Reservations are required.
“As we continue to stand at the forefront of the visual communication industry, it is imperative we share the innovative opportunity our conversion program represents with independent sign shop owners looking to rejuvenate their business,” said Jameson. “Combining our proven business model with the ability to provide stability during wavering
economic times, FASTSIGNS is an ideal option for anyone looking to take their business to the next level.”
The conversion initiative allows independent owners to partner with FASTSIGNS in reaching their full potential and long-term goals. According to Jameson, FASTSIGNS has successfully converted several stores throughout the country, including recently signed deals in
Toledo, Ohio, Fernandina Beach, Fla., and Haverhill, Mass., along with its first Caribbean conversion franchise in George Town, Grand Cayman, noting the growing interest in graphic businesses looking to become part of one of the most successful franchise systems in the business services category.
As a part of the initiative, FASTSIGNS offers the dominant brand name in the visual communication industry, sophisticated e-commerce capabilities and the latest technology, access to endless marketing resources and benefits that come from networking with the more than 530 FASTSIGNS centers worldwide. For a limited time only, FASTSIGNS is also offering reduced franchise fees and other financial incentives to qualified conversion candidates. FASTSIGNS has also recently secured $4 million in financing for franchisees opening new centers.
“FASTSIGNS is an attractive concept for investors and business enthusiasts alike, and with our recently secured financing, there has never been a better time to open up in one of our many markets worldwide,” Jameson added.
With an overwhelming response, limited seating is available. To make a reservation for the luncheons, please contact Brian Wieters at (800) 827-7446, [email protected] or Mark Jameson at or [email protected].