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Jack Werner of Signworld Unleashes Advantage Sign Supply Partnership Deal

June 20, 2011
Laguna Hills, CA – May 25, 2011Signworld Owner Jack Werner today unveiled the partnership deal between Advantage Sign Supply and its organization of 250 commercial sign companies.  Advantage Sign Supply’s dedication to delivering the best services and solutions is their top priority.
“Signs can be sassy, smart, bold, subtle, creative or simply informative. They can also be profitable and fun. Our business model is for clients to work with ongoing large customers with a repetitive need”, said Signworld Owner Jack Werner.  “Your core group of 30 customers or less will generate up to 80% of your annual income. Signworld has been a part of that profit and fun since 1988.” he added.
Speaking on the occasion Ken Kindt of Signworld said, “With over 20 years in the business, Signworld has established itself as the leader in the no-royalty sign business concept.”
About Signworld
Signworld is a national organization with more than 250 independently owned sign companies, which provide commercial custom signage and graphics. Jack Werner and Ken Kindt lead the Top management at Signworld. It is personable, creative, rewarding and ideal for people-oriented individuals who have the desire to learn how to manage a sales and production business. Signworld affiliates are a cut above traditional sign companies. Ongoing support and training is provided along with state-of-the-art equipment. Signworld business model runs on a no royalty concept.  You can learn more about Signworld at www.signworld.org
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