Signs Now Development Indicates Increase Over 2006
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Signs Now Development Indicates Increase Over 2006


SARASOTA, Fla. (July 30, 2007)—Through the end of July, Signs Now, A Division of Allegra Network LLC, has signed ten new franchise agreements, nearly outpacing the new store growth for the whole of 2006. Moving into 2007, the sign and graphics franchise company set a goal to develop 18 to 20 new centers throughout the country—Signs Now is over half-way complete in their yearly projection. The company is paced to gain nearly 30 new owners, with center re-sales included.

As of July 31, new owners have signed on to open franchise locations in California, Louisiana, Virginia, Florida, Minnesota, Missouri and Arizona. Following a recent trend in Signs Now owner backgrounds, these new franchisees have varied business backgrounds that are beneficial in the development and management of a successful Signs Now franchise, including store management, engineering, sales and marketing and information technology.

Signs Now Director of Franchise Development, Phil LeBlanc, cites several reasons for the boost in new franchise agreements.

"Signs Now offers a highly-effective business-to-business marketing program that makes the opening of a new franchise very attractive to the entrepreneurs we are seeing come through our doors," remarked LeBlanc. "We also have an acquisition program that provides current franchisees the opportunity to acquire profitable, independent sign businesses, allowing them to grow their business and client base more aggressively."

About Signs Now, A Division of Allegra Network LLC
As a leader and top innovator in the sign and graphics industry, Signs Now truly stands out in a crowded world. Signs Now has over 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 Sarasota, Fla.

The Signs Now service base includes multiple 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. Signs Now grossed nearly $95 million in sales in 2006.



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