FASTSIGNS® of Main Line Recovers from Devastating Fire, Celebrates Rebuilt Business

by User Not Found | Nov 17, 2015
FASTSIGNS Hosting a Ribbon Cutting at Rebuilt Building
(MAIN LINE, Pa.) November 17, 2015—It has almost been a year since Lou Silverblank stood in freezing rain and watched his business go down in flames. To commemorate the one-year anniversary of that unfortunate event, Silverblank looks forward to standing on the same sidewalk to open the doors to his new, completely rebuilt building.

“To make the most of something that was so devastating for us, I made sure that this new building would be better than ever,” explained Silverblank, owner of FASTSIGNS® of Main Line. “I have invested a lot into making the new space everything we need it to be in order to best serve our clients. We are excited to host a ribbon cutting to show it off to everyone who has been so encouraging and supportive this last year.”

The new FASTSIGNS center has been redesigned for better efficiency and now includes a vehicle bay, allowing the team to install vehicle graphics and wraps year-round. Driven by a positive outlook and the support of others, FASTSIGNS has continued serving customers from a temporary location offsite while waiting for the new building to be complete.  

FASTSIGNS of Main Line will celebrate a ribbon cutting at 921 Montgomery Ave. in Narberth on December 3, at 5:00 P.M.

Open since 2008, FASTSIGNS of Main Line has met the visual communications needs—the signs, graphics, displays, promotional and marketing materials—of local businesses, organizations and events. Using a wide range of custom product solutions including window and vehicle graphics, site and architectural signs, interior décor, safety and identification signage, point of purchase materials, trade show displays and digital signage, Silverblank and his team help companies overcome their business and visual communications challenges.

To learn more, call 610-642-7446 or visit them online at www.fastsigns.com/549.


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