Signarama Breaks U.S. Sales Record with 60 New Franchise Agreements in the First Half of 2017

by Signarama on August 11, 2017

August 2017

Signarama, the world’s leading sign franchise and the first in over 50 countries reports record breaking U.S. sales with just six months into the year.

Just last year, Signarama set the precedent with more than 60 new franchise agreements. Signarama is re-writing the record books once again in half the time, shattering last year’s cap of 60 new franchisees.

The premium brand and leading full-service sign innovator projects more than 110 new franchise owners across North America by the end of 2017. Signarama is expected to almost double its number of new franchise owners from last year. With only four months left to finish the year, Signarama is steadily on its way towards its projection.

With a proven track record involving over 900 stores worldwide, Signarama is continuously increasing its franchise owners while booming franchisee level sales growth.

“As we dive into the year with tremendous results and progress, there is no better time than now to own a sign and graphics business. Why not join the largest family of sign industry leaders, during this extraordinary time of growth?” said AJ Titus, EVP of Signarama.

“Executives credit the brand’s ongoing coaching and training, and its strong support system through proven marketing, technology and business development efforts for its success in growing its franchise base,” notes Jim Tatem, president of Signarama.

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Signarama, the world’s largest sign franchise, is part of a successful system of business-to-business franchises under United Franchise Group. Our award-winning network of sign centers is approaching 900 locations in 50 countries – truly making us “where the world goes for signs.” For more than 25 years we have been serving communities with quality products and customer service. Now that we have grown to become the world leader in signage, we still work hard to maintain the localized support and individual attention that made us who we are today.

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