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AlphaGraphics celebrates 50th anniversary

Printing, large-format print and marketing solutions franchisor AlphaGraphics has celebrated its 50th anniversary with a special event, paying tribute to its top franchise owners around the world.

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AlphaGraphics has more than 285 locations in six countries around the world

Staged as part of its five-day annual conference, the virtual event saw members of the AlphaGraphics global franchise network come together to celebrate the landmark.

AlphaGraphics, which has locations in the UK and offers print design, marketing and sign creation services, was founded in 1970 and branched out into franchise opportunities in 1979.

Bill McPherson, vice president of franchise development at AlphaGraphics, says: “This has been a difficult year on many levels, but the AlphaGraphics brand has persevered and grown stronger.

“Shifting to a virtual conference is just one of the many ways that we've offered innovative solutions to our centre owners and staff members in 2020. We were grateful to have the opportunity to celebrate the dedication and hard work of those in the AlphaGraphics network.”

We were grateful to have the opportunity to celebrate the dedication and hard work of those in the AlphaGraphics network

Among those that received honours was Jeff Bailey from Las Vegas, Nevada in the US, who won the ‘Rising Star’ award in recognition of his consultative approach, high-tech investments and strategic partnerships with local leaders and vendors.  

Carmine and Victoria Camerato, both from Boston, Massachusetts in the US, won the ‘Most Improved’ award, celebrating their continued growth and attention to networking and focus groups.  

Gregg McDonough of Salt Lake City, Utah, won ‘Project of the Year’ for a contract with Tour of Utah, range of materials such as large-format advertising banners and colouring books, securing a repeat contract in the process.

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