FASTSIGNS opens 3rd store in Puerto Rico market

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FASTSIGNS International has focused on Puerto Rico as a key expansion market in the Caribbean because of its importance in the region, said Mark Jameson, EVP of Support & Development.

FASTSIGNS International has focused on Puerto Rico as a key expansion market in the Caribbean because of its importance in the region, said Mark Jameson, EVP of Support & Development.

Graphics and visual communications provider FASTSIGNS, recently inaugurated its third Center in Puerto Rico, located in Carolina. Since arriving on the island in 2012, the company has opened centers in Guaynabo and Caguas.

Three local entrepreneurs, who have positioned the company amongst the top signage firms in Puerto Rico, own the three locations. FASTSIGNS Puerto Rico also has a production workshop, located in the Lucchetti Industrial Park, and more than 15 employees.

Since 1985, FASTSIGNS has provided signage, graphics and comprehensive visual communications solutions across all industries. Its products include vehicle and floor graphics, point of purchase and digital signs, labels and decals, architectural and interior décor signs, printing, promotional products and wearables, mobile marketing and other related marketing services.

The local FASTSIGNS operation offers services to hundreds of clients in more than 29 industries.

“We appreciate the support we have received form our clients since the very beginning. Because of it, we have been able to position FASTSIGNS Puerto Rico among the network’s top 50 centers in sales,” said José Corujo, a partner in the firm, who also serves in the Advisory Council of Franchisees for FASTSIGNS International.

“With our third center expansion, we are better positioned to serve the Carolina region and surrounding areas, recognizing that signage and graphics use amongst small and medium sized businesses continues to grow here on a daily basis,” said Juan A. Rivera, who along with Teresa Caballero run the Puerto Rico operation.

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