Local Employee Recognized With National Award For Top Sales In The Country

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

David Murphy, visual communications expert at FASTSIGNS of Chattanooga, was recognized with the Gold Sales Award at the 2013 FASTSIGNS Outside Sales Summit, recently held in Dallas. 

“I’m so honored to receive this award,” said Mr.

Murphy. “I love creating partnerships with my clients from all industries, and helping them overcome their business challenges by providing the best quality of signs, graphics and marketing solutions to achieve their goals. Thanks to the repeat business and the referrals from my customers, I have been able to reach this exciting milestone.” 

The Gold Sales Award is presented to outside sales consultants who achieved a sales total between $600,000 and $899,000 from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. With more than 500 FASTSIGNS centers in the U.S. and Canada, only 11 outside sales consultants received this award.       

 “The outside sales consultants we have in our FASTSIGNS centers are extremely talented, driven and committed to providing comprehensive visual communications solutions,” said Mark Jameson, senior vice president of franchise support and development at FASTSIGNS International, Inc. “Their dedication continues to make FASTSIGNS a great brand and a leader in the industry.” 


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