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FASTSIGNS International Hosts Sales Summit

The 13th annual outside sales meeting in Indianapolis engages more than 260 sales professionals.




FASTSIGNS International Inc. (Carrollton, TX) announced the company hosted its 13th annual Outside Sales Summit August 10-12 in Indianapolis. According to a press release from the company, more than 590 people were in attendance.

“With the theme, Rev It Up, the FASTSIGNS 2023 Outside Sales Summit celebrated the network’s sales achievements between July 1, 2022 and June 30, 2023,” per the release. At the award event, 269 outside sales professionals were recognized, including 56 who received the prestigious Platinum Award for achieving over $1 million in individual sales during the 12-month period. 

Additionally, 50 individuals became Certified Fastsigns Sales Executives after completing an extensive certification program during the same period – also per the statement. 

Angela Allison from Fastsigns of Lancaster, PA was recognized as this year’s recipient of the Catherine Monson Salesperson of the Year Award, which recognizes one outside sales professional who best represents the concept and the spirit of the brand, both in the business community and within the Fastsigns network.

“Our 13th Outside Sales Summit in Indianapolis this year was an exhilarating experience for Fastsigns attendees and especially memorable as my first as President of Fastsigns,” Andrea Hohermuth, President of Fastsigns International, is quoted in the press release. “The summit served as our strategic pit stop, a place to refuel and recharge our sales engines. Now, we’re fully charged and primed to ‘rev it up’ and race ahead toward even greater success.”


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