SIGNARAMA Bendigo franchise opens purpose-built facility
SIGNARAMA Bendigo moves to a larger purpose-built facility to serve its ever increasing number of clients across southern NSW.
Central Victoria’s full service sign franchise, owned by Peter and Vera Reading, had many reasons to celebrate along with their team as they moved into the first purpose-built SIGNARAMA sign factory at 80-82 Strickland Road, East Bendigo, Victoria.
Having operated from a much smaller facility in Edward Street for over 10 years, Peter determined that if he had to move the business to account for it’s growth, he would only do it once – and so embarked on the world first SIGNARAMA project to build his sign-making factory from scratch.
The grand opening of the new 500m² facility was attended by the Mayor of the City of Greater Bendigo, Cr Alec Sandner, who unveiled the plaque and officially commissioned the building. Other guests who joined in the celebrations included member SIGNARAMA franchisees from around the country and United Franchise Group’s National Director, Evan Foster.
According to Peter and Vera, the new facility provides them an opportunity to consolidate their operation and plan for future expansion of their signage business. The team are proud to be a part of a great signage franchise that has brought products and services that were earlier only available in metropolitan areas to the regional business community.