August 31, 2010 // Franchising.com // LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Terry and Ruth Whalen, owners of Signs Now Las Vegas, recently announced the purchase of printing company Allegra Las Vegas. The merger earlier this month brings all services under one roof at the Signs Now Las Vegas facility.
"It's a win-win situation for customers of both businesses," said Terry Whalen. "Our enhanced capabilities will help us serve our diverse and growing client base. The combined resources allow us to offer new capabilities while increasing work flow efficiencies."
"Signs Now and Allegra are both members of the Allegra Network family and share the same philosophies when it comes to providing our customers with leading-edge technologies and superior service," said Whalen. "We feel that this merger will produce a stronger organization better positioned to serve the Las Vegas business community."
Jackie Garcia, Signs Now/Allegra sales and marketing manager, notes that "The merger has energized the business. It provides us the in-house resources to execute projects of any scope while providing simple one-stop shopping solutions for our clients."
Sign Now has served as a leading sign company in the Las Vegas region for 16 years. The service base includes multiple solutions for electric, other outdoor and indoor signage, banners, window and vehicle graphics, exhibit and trade show graphics, ADA signage, dimensional letters, wayfinding systems and other visual communications tools.
Allegra, has served the Las Vegas business community for 20 years, providing business printing needs from business cards, business forms, high speed copies, booklets, brochures, and other features of advanced printing technologies including full-color printing, complete finishing services, mailing services, variable data capabilities, promotional products and print management solutions.
Signs Now and Allegra are both members of Allegra Network LLC, one of the world's largest marketing, print, graphics and signage communications franchises linking more than 550 locations in North America.