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Signarama Celebrates 35-Year Anniversary

The company also reflects on their 2020 experience.




Signarama (West Palm Beach, FL) is celebrating 35 years in business. The company has more than 700 locations around the world and signed 54 franchise agreements in 2020, 48 of which joined the franchise following the arrival of the pandemic in March. According to a statement made by the company, the brand is hoping to expand further into additional international markets, expand to all 50 states and predicts to open 100 locations globally by the end of the year.

Signarama offers businesses branding and messaging solutions, as well as sign and graphic services. Additionally, the brand grew its product offerings through the sale of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) products in 2020. Signarama franchisees repurposed sign-making equipment to create face shields, sneeze guards and custom CDC signage, and intubation boxes to protect surgeons as new information became available from the CDC.

Ray Titus, Signarama’s CEO, started the first Signarama location in 1986 in Long Island, NY with his father, Roy Titus, and began franchising the brand in 1987. Ray went on to develop United Franchise Group (established in 2005) and today has nine brands, including Signarama. The current Brand President of Signarama is A.J. Titus, Ray’s oldest son.

“2020 will go on the record as one of the most unique and challenging experiences for all of us,” said A.J. Titus. “The positive attitude of our team and the franchisees remained constant, and they used this time as an opportunity to grow, stay focused on the business and pivot towards new opportunities while resisting the temptation to focus on the uncertainty of the year. Now, in our 35th year in business, I have no doubt that this network of franchisees will continue to strengthen and guide our new franchisees to success.”

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