First franchisees of Signs Express get recognition
Signs Express, the UK’s largest sign franchise is celebrating more that 20 years of sustained success by recognising important long serving franchisees who have reached the £5 million milestone with invoiced businesses. The lucky franchisees will get £1,000 Red Letter Day vouchers and an award.
Awards have already been presented to the first franchisees of Signs Express, Ken Bevis from Grimsby and Nick Dawes from Ipswich. Alan Parkinson who runs an outlet in the Central Lancashire area, Carol and Neil Frasier from Glasgow and Lee and Geoff Eaton from South Manchester are amongst the latest franchisees to be recognised.
The award to Carol and Neil Frasier came just after selling the franchise which they operated for 15 years. This has been one of the most successful Signs Express centres as it has numerous awards and extended territories that cover Glasgow. It also has the highest resale value in the long history of this franchising company.
Graham Casey, the new owner of the centre hopes to build on the excellent customer service and high quality that was provided by Carol and Neil when they operated the business. Casey is the latest to join Signs Express’s 80-strong network. Tony Marsh, sales and marketing director of Signs Express, said that although they are glad to have Graham join their network, they feel sad to see Carol and Nick leave.