Already the owner of Signs Express (Bristol), Ben is excited to continue the adventure in Gloucester.
After 10 years of leadership, franchisee Daryll Lillie is selling Signs Express (Gloucester) to fellow franchisee Ben Walker. The name of the store will become Signs Express (Gloucester & Cheltenham), in order to recognise the value of the entire area, but the quality service that customers have come to expect from the business won’t change.
Signs Express (Gloucester & Cheltenham) will continue to offer its customers a large variety of signs and graphics, including vehicle decals, partials and full wraps for any car, van or fleet.
About his new acquisition, Ben said, “This is a very exciting opportunity, and I can’t wait to get started. I feel positive as Daryll has built a fantastic base for us to push the business to even greater heights. I will continue to provide the service and products customers have come to expect [...] and hopefully welcome some new clients.”
Ben is a businessman with years of experience, already successfully running the Bristol branch of Signs Express. He was keen to increase his involvement with the thriving sign franchise, and when Daryll decided to sell, the perfect opportunity arrived. Ben is invested, dedicated, and already a franchising expert. He’s confident about the future of his second Signs Express.
Jonathan Bean, the Managing Director of Signs Express, said that, “Having seen Ben take on the Bristol centre and continually grow and expand, I am very confident he will continue his excellent work with the Gloucester business.”
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