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Fastsigns Announces Customer Financing Program for Sign and Visual Graphic Projects

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

CARROLLTON, Texas - FASTSIGNS International, Inc., the franchisor of over 600 independently owned and operated FASTSIGNS® sign and visual graphics centers, has introduced FASTSIGNS® Credit, a financing program that provides from $1,000 to $150,000 or more to help qualified buyers finance their sign and visual graphic projects over time.

“FASTSIGNS franchisees are now able to offer FASTSIGNS Credit as a financing solution that provides businesses with money to purchase the signs and visual graphics they need, when they need them, and to pay for them over time,” said Catherine Monson, CEO of FASTSIGNS International, Inc. “Whether a company needs one vehicle wrap, five digital signs or a complete facility rebranding, this program helps companies manage cash flow or cash reserves, and is unique in our industry.”

FASTSIGNS Credit can help companies of all sizes spread the cost of projects over 12, 24, 48 or 60 months. Funded through Direct Capital, this program offers reasonable interest rates with monthly payments to approved businesses.

Greg Bourdon, Enterprise Account Manager for Direct Capital said, “We are pleased that FASTSIGNS has chosen to work with Direct Capital. This program allows FASTSIGNS’ customers to achieve the right amount of financing for a given project and provides payment options over extended periods of time.”

Interested businesses in the US and Canada can apply for the program through an online portal accessed on participating FASTSIGNS locations websites. To find out if FASTSIGNS Credit is available in your market, locate a FASTSIGNS center.  

 

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