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Fastsigns Franchise Looks to Grow in Los Angeles and Orange Counties

Friday, March 11, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Leading Global Sign, Graphics and Visual Communications Franchisor Hosts Informational Seminar and Dinner Briefing on March 15 and 17

CARROLLTON, Texas - FASTSIGNS International, Inc., the leader in signs, graphics and visual communications, is offering Los Angeles and Orange county-area residents exclusive insight on becoming an entrepreneur by joining the FASTSIGNS® franchise system. The company is announcing plans to expand its footprint to bring new centers to the Los Angeles and Orange County areas. In 2015, the global franchisor inked more than 50 franchise agreements, opened more than 40 units and reached global revenues of $400 million.

"With more than 30 years of experience, FASTSIGNS is looking for qualified franchisees in California who have an entrepreneurial spirit and who can provide ‘More Than’ what’s expected for each and every customer as we increase our brand footprint," said Mark Jameson, EVP of Franchise Support & Development, FASTSIGNS International, Inc. "We currently have over 50 centers in California, with plans to aggressively grow in the area due to a high demand for visual communications needs in the Los Angeles and Orange counties.”

FASTSIGNS franchise executives will host two informational franchising seminar and dinner briefings on Tuesday, March 15 in Woodland Hills and Thursday, March 17 in Brea from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. PST. This is a great chance for entrepreneurs who are interested in starting their own business and learning more about owning a FASTSIGNS franchise. The seminars will provide details about available franchising opportunities and the benefits of owning a FASTSIGNS franchise.

 

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