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The already award-winning sign company based in Trafford Park, has beaten some prestigious sign makers to win the coveted best interior sign award category at the 2016 Signs Express Convention.
The team at Signs Express (Manchester) triumphed over the Signs Express Sheffield and Harlow branches to win the category, which was voted for by the national network of over 60 sign production centres.

This award win for interior signage follows an excellent year for Lee and his business, with Lee winning the bfa Franchisee of the Year award in 2015, as well as the Signs Express Franchisee of the Year 2015 and getting the national Signs Express record for turnover in a month for June 2016.

Following his win, Lee praised the tenacity and hard work of his team after the best year the business has ever had. “I am so proud of my team, who not only did the work that won this award, but because without them and their passion the business would not be excelling now.”

The award was presented to Lee by comedian and TV personality Stephen K. Amos, Ian Simister from materials supplier Metamark and Craig Brown, Signs Express Managing Director. Craig stated, “The team at Manchester specialise in the completion of extraordinary office fit-outs using all sorts of interior and exterior signage. The projects they have completed this year have set the bar in terms of quality, organisation and visual appeal. Lee and the team thoroughly deserve this award and I am excited to see what they can achieve in 2017.”

Signs Express (Manchester) has an expert team of sign makers and installers to tackle any signage project large or small, give them a call today to see how they can help you 0161 865 0200.
Left to right: Stephen K. Amos, Ian Sinister, Lee Eaton, Craig Brown
Left to right: Stephen K. Amos, Ian Sinister, Lee Eaton, Craig BrownLeft to right: Stephen K. Amos, Ian Sinister, Lee Eaton, Craig Brown
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