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FASTSIGNS® Celebrates 30 Years of Success at International Convention

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

CARROLLTON, TexasFASTSIGNS International, Inc., the leader in signs, graphics and visual communications, kicked off its 30-year celebration with franchise owners and their teams in Dallas, Texas at the 2015 FASTSIGNS International Convention.

“We celebrated our 30th anniversary with a record-breaking 618 attendees at our annual convention and we recognized 94 franchisees in six countries for having sales in excess of $1 million,” said Catherine Monson, CEO of FASTSIGNS International, Inc. “As we further embrace our ‘More than fast. More than signs®.’ brand positioning, we are proud of the accomplishments of these franchisees and excited about the future.”

Convention attendees were greeted with a 30-year timeline window graphic that took them on a visual walk down memory lane with highlights of the franchisor’s history. For a glimpse of the future, attendees approaching the main event area were welcomed by a carved 3-dimensional sign of the number “30”showcasing video and graphics using projection mapping.

“We have grown in the last 30 years to become the largest sign franchise in North America; we have 570 locations worldwide in nine countries and counting,” said Monson. “Some of the most respected companies and brands turn to FASTSIGNS® for their comprehensive visual marketing needs, whether it is for full rebranding projects or for solutions including fleet vehicle graphics, monument signs, digital signage, interior décor applications and much more.”

The first FASTSIGNS opened in 1985 offering cut vinyl as the core product and quick turnaround as the key benefit. As technology and customer needs have evolved over the years, FASTSIGNS has led the way and helped define the visual communications industry as it is today


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