Fastsigns International (Carrollton, Texas), a leading franchisor of sign, graphics and visual communications with more than 750 locations in 9 countries worldwide, presented the Canadian Vendor of the Year Award to wide-format equipment and supplies specialist ND Graphics during the recent 2021 Virtual Fastsigns/Signwave International Convention. ND Graphics has 10 locations across Canada. The U.S. Vendor of the Year Award went to Grimco.
The Vendor of the Year is selected by Fastsigns franchisees and is based upon the integrity of business practices, product quality, and having a long-term commitment to the Fastsigns network. This marks the first year for recognizing the Canadian Vendor of the Year – and the sixth consecutive year that Grimco has received this recognition!
“The Fastsigns Vendor of the Year Award for the U.S., and this year adding Canada, recognizes a supplier that delivers outstanding service and consistently provides excellent support to our franchisees,” said Mark Jameson, Chief Support and Development Officer. “We’re happy to recognize Grimco and ND Graphics, and we appreciate all that they do for our franchise network.” For the past 10 years, ND Graphics has been working with Fastsigns centres, supplying sign and visual graphic materials and products. This includes equipment, sign supplies, digital media, electrical solutions and much more.
“It’s an honour for ND Graphics to be awarded the Canadian Vendor of the Year from Fastsigns,” said Amber Mundy, Account Manager at ND Graphics. “After an unprecedented year, we appreciate working with such an incredible group of people. It has always been a pleasure to support Fastsigns and their growing success. At ND Graphics, we are fortunate to have 10 locations across Canada dedicated to serving Canadian businesses. As an industry leader, we pride ourselves on our exceptional team, extensive experience, and specialized knowledge to assist on every project. We look forward to continuing our valued relationship with the Fastsigns network for years to come,” she added.