Allegra Network LLC, the parent company of the Signs Now franchise and the American Speedy Printing, Insty-Prints brands, announced June 15 that Steve White, chief operating officer and president of Signs Now, has resigned and left the company to pursue new interests.
In 18 years with the company, White served as director of sales and marketing, executive vice president of the Allegra brand and, in 2006, moved to Sarasota, FL, shortly after Allegra Network purchased Signs Now. He returned to company headquarters in Plymouth, MI in 2010 to assume his most recent role. He was also an investor in the company.
Prior to his involvement with Allegra Network, White was an executive at Domino’s Pizza and a former officer in the United States Army.
White cited his desire to take on new challenges in the franchise industry as his reason for leaving.
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