FASTSIGNS® Cares Initiative Benefits Local Charities and the Red Cross

by Cynthia Nutwell

Today, FASTSIGNS International, Inc., franchisor of over 600 independently owned and operated FASTSIGNS® sign and visual graphics centers, launched FASTSIGNS® Cares, a philanthropic initiative.

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Our FASTSIGNS franchisees are already doing great things. With FASTSIGNS Cares, we can learn from each other, as well continue to encourage one another to make a difference—even in small ways. FASTSIGNS centers that choose to participate in FASTSIGNS Cares may work with causes that are near to their hearts and/or join in raising money for the American Red Cross and the Canadian Red Cross.

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“As leaders in the visual communications industry, we understand the power of a brand,” said Catherine Monson, CEO of FASTSIGNS International, Inc. “That’s why FASTSIGNS Cares includes raising money for the American Red Cross and the Canadian Red Cross, which are great brands that serve local communities.” 

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FASTSIGNS owners and their teams are involved in their local communities through a variety of business and charitable organizations. Both the types organizations served and the ways FASTSIGNS franchise owners work with them are diverse. For business organizations, this may include serving on committees or boards; for charitable organizations it may include franchisees serving as volunteers, offering their FASTSIGNS location as a collection point or by providing signs and graphics.

FASTSIGNS® Cares Initiative Benefits Local Charities and the Red Cross

To join FASTSIGNS in raising money for the American Red Cross, donate at http://redcross.org/fastsigns-pub or text ‘redcross’ to 20673. To donate to the Canadian Red Cross, please visit http://www.redcross.ca/fastsigns. 

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