FASTSIGNS of Kirkland’s Shugarts acquires Stanford Signs in Redmond

  • Tuesday, February 7, 2017 11:36am
  • Business

FASTSIGNS of Kirkland franchisee Greg Shugarts has acquired Stanford Signs, at 6855 176th Ave. N.E. in Redmond.

Dale and Geri Stanford, who owned and operated Stanford Signs in Redmond for nearly 30 years, retired last year. They also expressed that FASTSIGNS would be a great partner in taking great care of their customers, according to a FASTSIGNS press release.

“Incorporating Stanford Signs is a perfect fit to our mission at FASTSIGNS of Kirkland of providing customers of any size or industry comprehensive visual communications solutions to achieve their goals and business growth,” Shugarts said in the release. “My team and I are very excited about expanding and developing relationships with this new customer base.”

FASTSIGNS of Kirkland has been providing signs and visual graphics to the area since 1990 and Shugarts took ownership of the business in 1994, the release states.

“We thank our customers and the community for their support,” Shugarts said. “We will continue to work hard to provide the same excellent products and services that help businesses communicate their message in effective and creative ways.”

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