Fourteen Allegra Marketing Print Mail Franchise Locations on Annual Top 100 List
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Fourteen Allegra Marketing Print Mail Franchise Locations on Annual Top 100 List

July 30, 2020 // // PLYMOUTH, Mich. - Fourteen Allegra franchise locations have been named among the Top 100 Quick & Small Commercial Printers in annual rankings compiled by WhatTheyThink and Printing News. The contingent represents the most locations from a franchise organization included on the list.

“I am pleased to see this representation of the strength of our entire network, which is about so much more than just print on paper,” said Kevin Cushing, president, Alliance Franchise Brands Marketing & Print Division. “Each Allegra center’s success is tied directly to the business partnerships they build with local business and nonprofit customers while delivering unwavering customer service coupled with print and marketing expertise. This commitment to community is more evident than ever as Allegra centers across the network work to provide support during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.”

Allegra locations ranked among the Top 100 include:

  • Dave Campbell, Allegra, Asheville, N.C., Allegra, Hendersonville, N.C. and Allegra, Johnson City, Tenn. (No. 7)
  • Allegra Corporate Centers, Plymouth, Mich., Troy, Mich. (No. 12)
  • David Kovacs, Allegra, Princeton, N.J. (No. 13)
  • Lisa and Darwin Buehler, Allegra, Little Rock, Ark. (No. 36)
  • Jonette and Kyle Spencer, Allegra, Helena, Mont. (No. 43)
  • John Flynn, Allegra, Dulles, Va. (No. 46)
  • John Fergusson, Allegra, Richmond, Va. (No. 49)
  • Peter Marcus, Allegra, Tucson, Ariz. (No. 63)
  • Therese and Patrick Mahoney, Kelly Parkinson and Joe DiMauro, Allegra, Saline, Mich. (No. 72)
  • John Ferrari, Allegra, San Diego, Calif. (No. 76)
  • Paul Kessen, Allegra, Naples (No. 77)
  • Clyde Moses, Allegra, Show Low, Ariz. (No. 81)
  • Eric Van Kerckhove and Ben Van Kerckhove, Allegra, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (No. 92)
  • Todd Hinson, Allegra, Rocky Mount, N.C. (No. 99)

As business communities begin to reopen, locally owned and operated Allegra centers across North America have provided support to local organizations with reopening guidelines as well as the necessary graphics and signs to reopen swiftly and safely. This is in addition to the comprehensive marketing and printing solutions for businesses and nonprofit organizations, including graphic design, marketing strategy, full-color printing, signs, posters and banners, mailing services, promotional products and online print management solutions.

SOURCE Allegra



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