FASTSIGNS Of Chattanooga Employees Receive Top Awards

Thursday, August 31, 2017
David Murphy receiving the National Sales Achievement Award and the Platinum Sales Award from Catherine Monson, CEO of FASTSIGNS International, Inc., at the 2017 FASTSIGNS Outside Sales Summit
David Murphy receiving the National Sales Achievement Award and the Platinum Sales Award from Catherine Monson, CEO of FASTSIGNS International, Inc., at the 2017 FASTSIGNS Outside Sales Summit
Two sales employees at FASTSIGNS of Chattanooga received national recognition at the 2017 FASTSIGNS Outside Sales Summit held in St. Louis, Missouri. 
 
David Murphy received two awards including the National Sales Achievement Award, which honors the salesperson with the highest total sales in the FASTSIGNS network from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017 and is the highest achievement awarded at the summit. Mr. Murphy also received the Platinum Sales Award, which recognizes sales professionals who achieved sales exceeding $1 million; with more than 660 independently owned and operated FASTSIGNS centers worldwide; only 11 outside sales professionals received this award.
 
 
Reis Costa received the Silver Sales Award, which recognizes individuals who achieved sales between $500,000 and $699,999; only 29 FASTSIGNS outside sales professionals earned this recognition. 

“We are so proud of our team for their outstanding sales achievements; they always go above and beyond for our customers to ensure they receive excellent service and quality products,” said Phil Bacon, who owns FASTSIGNS of Chattanooga with his wife, Cindy. “We look forward to continue helping local businesses and organizations solve their visual communications challenges with innovative ideas and creative solutions.” 
 
FASTSIGNS of Chattanooga has served local businesses and organizations in the area for over 27 years. The business is located at 3763 Powers Court and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Reis Costa receiving the Silver Sales Award from Catherine Monson, CEO of FASTSIGNS International, Inc., at the 2017 FASTSIGNS Outside Sales Summit
Reis Costa receiving the Silver Sales Award from Catherine Monson, CEO of FASTSIGNS International, Inc., at the 2017 FASTSIGNS Outside Sales Summit


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