Giving Back: Canadian FASTSIGNS Franchise Lends Assistance to Local Hospice

The local hospice this FASTSIGNS helped out is a 10-bed facility that just opened a few months ago.

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FASTSIGNS of Newmarket in Ontario, Canada, recently lent its hand to a local hospice, the Margaret Bahen Hospice, also located in Newmarket.

According to the company’s Daniel Patania, FASTSIGNS produced three “selfie frames” for the hospice at a discounted cost, and then donated a 3′ x 6′ full-color, one-sided banner that the nonprofit could use for its “Hike for Hospice” event.

Patania says the material used for the selfie frames was 3/16 foam core, with centers cut out, and 3M ij35 vinyl. The banner material was 13-ounce gloss. The printer was an Epson SureColor S60600.

“We’re more than just a sign company,” Patania says. “We’re experts at helping companies tell their story.”


Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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