Honolulu, Hawaii (PressExposure) August 17, 2011 -- The Inland Business Catalyst Magazine focuses on business related information for business owners, managers and leaders in the in the Northwest United States. Signs for Success, a Signworld location that opened in 2001, was voted the "Best Sign Company" by the subscriber base and was chosen from a pool of more than 25 nominated sign companies located in the Northwest.
Ken Kindt, Owner Signworld says, "This is not the first time John and his staff have been in the news. They were also featured on the morning news in a segment called "Manufacturing Monday" on KXLY - ABC's affiliate in Spokane, WA."
"During that segment, they showcased their printing capabilities as well their expert ability to do vehicle wrap installations, both of which have made Signs for Success the preferred choice as a sign provider in the Spokane market.", added Ken Kindt.
Appreciating their work in sign industry for last couple of years, Jack Werner, VP Signworld said, Signs for Success provides all types of signage to their growing customer base. We congratulate them and believe that they will carry on the good work and work towards our combined goal of creating satisfied customers across US."
John Bogensberger says of their success, "It all comes down to the value added to the product you provide. Most signs are a commodity but what sets us apart in the market is the customer service and support that are truly lacking in our industry."
Addressing the gathering, Ken Kindt said, "Signworld is a business opportunity and not a franchise. A business opportunity charges an upfront fee that is comparable to an upfront franchise fee. There are no ongoing fees charged by our business opportunity. However, a franchise charges an ongoing monthly royalty. Therefore, our business opportunity offers you a huge dollar savings over time."
"We are extremely pleased by the achievement of John's team. Other Signworld owners can take a leaf out of their book and carry out their working strategy to reap maximum benefit from the already sprawling sign industry", added Ken Kindt