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SpeedPro Announces New Ownership in Houston, Boston & Sacramento

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SpeedPro Sacramento Under New Ownership 

Rancho Cordova, Calif. - SpeedPro Unlimited, formerly known as SpeedPro Sacramento, welcomes Vanderlei (Vandy) Novello as the new Owner. Novello is focused on acquiring new business as well as maintaining the operations, client services and marketing. 

“I am excited to become a small business owner where I can put all my energy and knowledge toward building a business,” Novello said. “I am ready to assist our customers and provide them with creative solutions.”

Novello was born and raised in Brazil, then moved to the U.S. in 2002. He brings over 33 years of business consulting experience where he helped run several different companies to become stronger businesses. Some of the companies he assisted were CRW Plastics Inc., Fras-le S.A. in Brazil and Fras-le North America Inc. He will use this past knowledge and skill-set to advance his new studio.

“Vandy is going to be a phenomenal owner. We love his entrepreneurial spirit, quick wit and creative ideas on how to serve the Sacramento area,” says Paul Brewster, Chief Operating Officer of SpeedPro. “We are very excited about SpeedPro Unlimited.”

For more information on SpeedPro Unlimited, visit their website


Mark Duncan Joins SpeedPro North Houston 

Houston, Tex. – SpeedPro announced and brought on Mark Duncan as the new Owner of SpeedPro North Houston. Duncan will oversee the wide-format graphics studio with responsibilities such as creating relationships with Houston businesses, managing his team, consulting customer’s designs and prints and maintaining studio operations. 

Before SpeedPro, Duncan served as the Senior Vice President of Bristow Group, the largest civilian helicopter services operator and also worked in the oil and gas business for the last 35 years. He has multi-functional and multi-cultural international experience as he has lived and worked in Scotland, Brazil and the U.S.

“I am eager to learn more about SpeedPro and establish these relationships with Houston-based businesses,” Duncan said. “The wide-format printing industry is growing and I enjoy it. I am excited to see where the business can go.”

The SpeedPro North Houston studio began in 2006 and had huge success with wholesale clients, creating decals, window graphics, wall murals and more. But Duncan knows that there are many opportunities in other industries where graphics and signage can enhance business.

“Mark is an incredible addition to our network,” says CEO Larry Oberly. “His experience shows that he is tenacious, a great leader and also a team player.

For more information regarding SpeedPro North Houston, visit their website.

SpeedPro Boston Metrowest Under New Ownership

Needham, Mass. – SpeedPro welcomes Wayne Arthur as the new Owner of SpeedPro Boston Metrowest. Arthur manages production services, creative strategies, marketing initiatives and will focus on managing client relationships for the wide-format graphics studio. 

He has more than 20 years in corporate leadership roles and has ties to the printing industry through his time at Vistaprint and Staples. Arthur has also worked in a variety of roles and organizations such as Strategy and Analytics for Digitas and served as Vice President of Product Management for WEX, a SaaS payment technology solution.

“I’m passionate about the customer experience and serving small businesses,” says Arthur. “My new venture allows me to practice both of those, be more embedded with the community and be a small business owner. I couldn’t be more excited for the next chapter of my life.”

“Wayne is a force to be reckoned with,” says CEO Larry Oberly. “Learning about his experience, his ideas and creative solutions is something to be really excited about. We’re looking forward to seeing how he can make an impact on SpeedPro Boston Metrowest and his community. 

For more information on SpeedPro Boston Metrowest, visit their website.   

For more information, visit SpeedPro online at www.SpeedPro.com.


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