One of the UK's largest sign franchise Signs Express has recognised key franchise owners for reaching the heady milestone of £5million invoiced business with a special award and £1000 of Red Letter Day vouchers.
The awards were presented to the company's first franchise owners Ken Bevis (Grimsby) and Nick Dawes (Ipswich), along with Alan Parkinson (Central Lancashire), Geoff and Lee Eaton (Manchester South), and Neil and Carol Fraser (Glasgow).
Neil and Carol's award comes shortly after they sold the franchise they had owned for some 15 years. As one of the most successful centres, the resale is the highest value in Signs Express' long history - testament to the strength and size of the Glasgow business and its customers.
New owner Graham Casey is the latest franchise owner to join the 80-strong Signs Express network and is already planning to build on the high quality and excellent customer service provided by Neil and Carol.
"I'm delighted to be at the helm of Signs Express (Glasgow)," he said. "With a diverse and loyal customer base and a highly experienced and dedicated team, I'm looking forward to providing a first-class service for all existing and new customers."
Speaking of the change, Signs Express Sales and Marketing Director Tony Marsh said: "We're thrilled Graham has come on board with us - but also very sad to see Neil and Carol move to pastures new."
"With Graham's vast experience and desire to grow the business we have no doubt the success of the franchise will continue under his ownership and we wish him every success for the future."
Now celebrating over 20 years of sustained success, Signs Express provides a complete design, manufacture and fitting service for all forms of signage including interior and exterior signs, vehicle graphics, banners, window graphics and exhibition display products.
Published: 30 April 2010
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