June 03, 2011 // Franchising.com // PLYMOUTH, Mich. — Signs Now, a division of Allegra Network LLC, recently announced their top yearly franchise awards. Alan and Harriet Bleiweiss, owners of the Signs Now center in Hollywood, Fla., were recognized with the Best of the Best Award for the second straight year; Christopher and Ericka Freeman, owners of the Signs Now center in Carrollton, Tex., were recognized with the Rookie of the Year Award; and Robert and Laura Rule, owners of the Signs Now center in Boise, Idaho, received the Franchisee Advisory Board (FAB) Award. The winners will also be recognized at the 2011 Allegra Network Convention in Las Vegas, Aug. 7-10.
The Best of the Best Award is the company's top prize and is chosen based on a combination sales volume, sales growth and participation in corporate programs, including peer performance groups and operational studies. The Rookie of the Year Award is presented to the network owner who displays the most stellar performance in their first full calendar year of business. Lastly, the Franchisee Advisory Board Award is given by the elected FAB representatives to a franchisee who has made outstanding contributions to the entire network.
"All of our award winners represent the best of what we strive for in Signs Now owners," remarked President Steve White. "We are honored to have them among our family of franchisees."
For more information on Signs Now, call (800) 726-9050, or visit their website at www.Signsnow.com.
As a leader and top innovator in the sign and graphics industry, Signs Now truly stands out in a crowded world. Signs Now has nearly 200 franchise locations across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. The corporate offices and the Signs Now Training Academy, Sarasota Campus are headquartered in Plymouth, Mich.
The Signs Now service base includes solutions and digital imaging for outdoor and indoor signage, exhibit and vehicle graphics, magnetic signs, banners, window graphics, ADA signage, dimensional letters, directional systems and other visual communications tools to businesses worldwide.