Hanson Sign Co. Becomes Signworld’s Newest Preferred Partner

 

November 19, 2013 – Laguna Hills, CA

Signworld is proud to announce the newly refined partnership with Hanson Sign Companies, a leading wholesaler for subcontracted sign projects.

 

Hanson Sign Companies, based in Falconer, NY, is best known in the sign industry for their ability to produce; sandblasted and carved signs, sign cabinets, sign extrusions and many other types of signage.

 

Brett Aversa, President of Hanson Sign Co, said of his company and the partnership with Signworld, “We are looking forward to increasing our opportunities within the Signworld organization.  Signworld owners are a cut above many other sign companies that we work with.  We’ve worked with a number of Signworld owners in the past and now we are excited to increase our foothold within the group and our goal is to not only work with every owner in the organization, but more importantly continue to provide great products.  As we continue to grow our capabilities, we’ll continue to work hard to make this not only fruitful for both Signworld and Hanson Sign Co., but a great value add for the Signworld organization as they continue to provide a great program for current and future Signworld operations.”

 

The partnership, geared towards providing Signworld owners with better options when providing outsourced signage, will allow each owner to expand their offerings and increase their revenues with types of signage that weren’t previously available to them.

 

“We work hard to present additional opportunities for our Signworld owners to increase their revenue and become a complete sign company that can offer any type of sign required to their customers.  The partnership with Hanson will allow the Signworld owners to work with a reliable company that provides a string of sign products backed by; quality, service, quick turn-around and reliability.  On top of that, our ability to negotiate group buying power for our group will allow them to offer competitive pricing themselves and create more room to improve their margins.”, said Dan Werner of the partnership.

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