FASTSIGNS offers 50% off to all Veterans and First Responders
Darrin Lawrence, Army veteran and FASTSIGNS franchisee in Richardson, Texas
FASTSIGNS, the leading sign, graphics, and visual communications franchise, is currently seeking qualified franchisees to become owner-operators to help the brand grow across the United States. To facilitate this growth and find productive franchisees with a good work ethic, FASTSIGNS views veterans as ideal candidates for the skill sets they cultivate during their military experience.
FASTSIGNS commitment to veterans is recognized on Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top Franchises for Veterans list. This is the fifth year FASTSIGNS has been included, highlighting a wide variety of franchises that provide profitable opportunities for veterans.
“What makes FASTSIGNS stand out is the high-quality support offered by Catherine Monson and the team at FASTSIGNS International,” said Darrin Lawrence, Army veteran and FASTSIGNS franchisee in Richardson, Texas. “During the pandemic, I could see FASTSIGNS constantly working to ensure their franchise centers were deemed essential businesses. Their support allowed me to open my doors in 2020 when everything else was shutting down and helped me transition into my current role as an owner and operator.”
To date, FASTSIGNS operates more than 750 locations in 46 states and eight countries. Of these FASTSIGNS franchisees, around 10% are owned by veterans.
The total investment for a FASTSIGNS franchise is approximately $233,555 - $307,308 including a $49,750 franchise fee. Ideal candidates have a net worth of $300,000, of which $80K is liquid. Additionally, FASTSIGNS offers a special incentive for veterans and first responders, including paramedics, emergency medical technicians, police officers, sheriffs, and firefighters, which includes a 50% reduction on the franchise fee -- a savings of $24,875.
For information about the FASTSIGNS franchise opportunity, contact Mark Jameson (email@example.com or 214-346-5679)
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