The international signage franchisor is sharing its ongoing success with savvy new investors.
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FASTSIGNS International Inc., franchisor of FASTSIGNS, is celebrating a momentous milestone by lowering its franchise fee in the U.S. for new, co-branded, and converted FASTSIGNS locations.
The new fee of $35,000 ($1,000 for every year in business) comes at a reduction of $14,750 when compared to the standard price. This limited opportunity is set to run until April 30, 2020, so entrepreneurs need to snap it up fast if they want to get a head-start on profitability.
“As a brand and franchise opportunity, FASTSIGNS has never been stronger. To capitalize on our strong performance in 2019 and mark our 35th anniversary, we’re excited to offer this special franchise fee to enable prospective franchisees to join the leading sign, graphics, and visual communications franchise,” said Mark Jameson, executive vice president of franchise support and development.
FASTSIGNS isn’t just celebrating a franchising milestone; it’s coming off the back of a particularly strong 2019, in which over 40 new franchise agreements were signed in the U.S. and Canada. This was on top of more than 30 new openings. The brand also won the 2020 award for Best Signage and Communications Franchise at the Global Franchise Awards.
“We like the sign industry and where it is heading technologically, and FASTSIGNS is the top dog in the category,” said Clint Ehlers, a FASTSIGNS franchisee in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, and Cherry Hill, New Jersey. “It was important to me that I have an experienced team of professionals behind me that were dedicated to achieving my success. There’s no better system than FASTSIGNS if you’re looking to get into the business.”
FASTSIGNS also offers a special incentive for first responders, including paramedics, emergency medical technicians, police officers, sheriffs, and firefighters, which includes a 50 per cent reduction on the franchise fee – a saving of $24,875.
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