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Military Veteran Opens First FASTSIGNS® Location in Lynchburg

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

LYNCHBURG, Va. – After serving 20 years in the United States Army, Steve Adrian and his wife, Renae, selected the Lynchburg area as their home and decided to open their own business. On July 13, the Adrian’s opened FASTSIGNS® of Lynchburg, an independently owned and operated sign and visual graphics company.  

“We’re opening FASTSIGNS of Lynchburg with a strong, experienced team to provide local businesses and organizations a one-stop shop for all their visual communications and marketing needs,” Steve said.

Steve has 20 years of experience managing performance, health and welfare in the U.S. Army Music Program, including a 13 month deployment to Iraq in support of Operation New Dawn. Specialized assignments included Instructor at the Armed Forces School of Music and, most recently, Professional Development/Assignment Manager. Renae has over 15 years of experience managing non-profit performing arts organizations and large scale special events, including 11 seasons with the Virginia Arts Festival as Artistic Administrator and Operations Director.

Jim Huber, a Lynchburg native, is the center’s outside sales professional and has over 20 years of experience in sales and leadership training. Tim Wilson is the center’s graphic designer and has 30 years of graphic design experience, which includes working with Fox Broadcasting and Virginia Tech.   

“We look forward to bringing our customers fresh ideas and helping businesses of all sizes reach their goals,” Renae said. “Whether they need to raise brand awareness, launch a new product, enhance their building space or increase business visibility, FASTSIGNS of Lynchburg can help.”


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