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Franchise Services Restructures Executive Team

Monday, January 19, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

MISSION VIEJO, Calif., - Don Lowe, Chief Executive Officer of Franchise Services, Inc., recently announced a restructuring of the company's executive management team to more effectively lead its print management group of franchise brands, which include Sir Speedy, PIP, Signal Graphics, Copies Now and MultiCopy. The changes were designed to better position the company to manage the growing brands and their expanding suite of printing and marketing services.

As a result of the restructuring, Richard Lowe will now serve as President and Chief Operating Officer of the print management group. Dan Beck assumes a new role as Executive Vice President of Franchise Support and Training. John Bowen, the newest member of the team, is the new Vice President of Support. Other members of the executive management team include: Dan Conger, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; Kelly Kimberlin, Vice President of Strategic Development; David Robidoux, Vice President of Marketing; and, Christian Lau, Vice President of Information Technology.

"The management team is a strong one with a long and proven track record in franchise management," said Don Lowe. "With this team in place, I am confident that our brands will continue to be leaders in their markets."

"Franchise Services has been the management company for most of these brands for a number of years now. We have always managed our brands under the same philosophy - that we are one company with five brand names. We will continue to manage our companies with the same passion and dedication we have given each of them since their early days," said Richard Lowe.




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