Carrollton, Tex. – FASTSIGNS International, Inc., a leading sign and visual communications franchisor, is an official endorser of Sign Manufacturing Day 2019, which takes place on October 4th. With more than 700 sign and visual graphics centers in nine countries, FASTSIGNS® joins organizations across the United States to celebrate the diversity of manufacturing and teach future generations about the variety of careers in this industry.
In honor of Sign Manufacturing Day 2019, FASTSIGNS inspires the next generation of skilled workers digitally through the launch of their new careers site. FASTSIGNS actively creates job opportunities through their centers, and through the careers site, they are making it easier to learn about those positions. With engaging video content, FASTSIGNS highlights the various roles at a FASTSIGNS center including Outside Sales, Graphic Design, Production and Installation.
Five main disciplines that students are learning today in school are the building blocks that will shape their career futures: science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM). These building blocks are represented throughout every role on a FASTSIGNS center team. FASTSIGNS centers employ a variety of people including outside sales professionals, customer service representatives, graphic designers, sign producers and installers.
FASTSIGNS recognizes the countless opportunities manufacturing provides; FASTSIGNS centers are light manufacturers as well as service providers to manufacturers across communities nationwide. Manufacturers have long depended on FASTSIGNS centers to help design, produce and install a wide variety of signs and graphics to achieve effective communications resulting in improved workflow, easier navigation, compliance with accessibility and safety standards, and impactful marketing strategies.
“Manufacturing is absolutely necessary to our economy, stimulating job growth and strengthening communities,” explained Catherine Monson, CEO of FASTSIGNS International, Inc. “By endorsing Sign Manufacturing Day 2019, we have the opportunity to show our support for the wide array of careers in manufacturing.”
With modern manufacturing on the rise today, FASTSIGNS provides a unique career path for today’s students to one day incorporate their skill set when it comes to sign manufacturing. For more information, visit https://www.fastsigns.com/about/careers.