FASTSIGNS of Chattanooga, a local sign and visual graphics provider, was recognized as a top performing center, ranking number two in the FASTSIGNS network out of more than 675 locations worldwide. The local franchise received multiple awards at the 2018 FASTSIGNS Convention held in Houston, Tx.
Owned by Cindy and Phil Bacon, FASTSIGNS of Chattanooga was presented with:
the Sales Achievement Award for Highest Volume Center, which is awarded to the top five FASTSIGNS centers in the network that achieved the highest sales volume in the U.S.
and Canada between Oct. 1, 2016 and Sept. 30, 2017.
the Million Dollar Threshold Award for achieving over $6 million in sales for the award year.
the Sales Achievement Award for Overall Sales Growth, which recognizes FASTSIGNS of Chattanooga’s annual sales growth of over $1.7 million from last year.
the CEO Circle Award, which recognizes the top 25 centers with the highest sales volume.
and the Profit Leader Award, which recognizes outstanding center performance.
Additionally, FASTSIGNS Chattanooga’s David Murphy received the National Sales Award, which recognizes the outside sales professional who achieved the highest total sales for the year; and Will Barhite received the Circle of Excellence Award, which honors inside sales professionals committed to excellence of service and contributes daily to the success and growth of the FASTSIGNS business.
“We are honored to once again be recognized as a top performing center in the FASTSIGNS network,” said Mr. Bacon. “These awards reflect our entire team’s hard work and dedication to helping businesses and organizations solve their visual communications challenges in our community every day.”
FASTSIGNS of Chattanooga has been serving the area for over 27 years. The center is located at 3763 Powers Court and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“We are so thankful for the support from our customers and the community, and we look forward to continue helping companies of all sizes achieve their goals using comprehensive signs and visual graphics,” Mr. Bacon said.