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Work Hard but Hate Long Hours? This Franchise Might be For You. The team at sign and graphics franchise FASTSIGNS is 'dedicated to franchisee success.'

With more than 30 years franchising and more than 700 locations around the world, the team behind FASTSIGNS—a sign, graphics, and visual communications company—has the franchise model down to a science. Franchise owners undergo an extensive training process with regular check-ins that set each one up for success.

An important selling point among franchisees is that FASTSIGNS is a low staffing model—only three to five employees are needed to run each store—and the stores keep regular business hours. So, no late nights or double shifts required, as typically is the case among owners in retail or restaurant franchises.

This year, FASTSIGNS was ranked no. 1 for franchisee satisfaction. "I'm not in the back making signs, I'm opening the doors and building relationships within my own community," Clint Ehlers, a FASTSIGNS franchisee, says in the video above.

"Everybody at FASTSIGNS is dedicated to my success, he adds. "They know that if I'm successful as a franchisee, then the corporation will be a success as well.

And the best part about being a FASTSIGNS franchisee? "It's a great way for you to achieve that dream of business ownership and really control your destiny and control your future," FASTSIGNS CEO Catherine Monson says. Additionally, veterans who become FASTSIGNS franchisees receive 50 percent off the franchise fee as well as reduced royalty and advertising fees for the first year.

For more information on FASTSIGNS, check out the video above and fill out the form below.

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