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Speedy Signs

Speedy Signs

Speedy Signs is part of the world’s largest sign and graphics franchise, is operating under a master licence from United Franchise Group. Our award-winning network of sign centres includes over 700 locations worldwide – truly making us “where the world goes to for signs”.

For 20 years we have been servicing the business community in New Zealand with quality products and great customer service. Now that we have grown to become the national leader in signage, we still work hard to maintain the localised support and individual attention that made us who we are today.

Our commitment to quality is unmatched in the industry. We know the importance of brand awareness and the affect it can have on the bottom line. Signage plays an integral part in recognition of a brand and therefore quality if imperative.

At Speedy Signs, we believe in going the extra mile to produce more than just quick, standard signage. Each and every Speedy Signs centre offers a complete sign service that you simply cannot get anywhere else. Whether one sign or hundreds, temporary banners or permanent illuminated signs, we are committed to providing an exceptional experience for every customer each and every time.

To find out more about the Speedy Signs brand take a look at the Speedy Signs website.

“Business Franchise Group helped us to get into business by making it so simple. We were ready to start trading from day one”

– Bruce Hopkins (Speedy Signs Manukau)

Congratulations MacDonald Racing Team on another round win in the Speedy Signs Ford Falcon! ...

MEDIA RELEASE 3 DECEMBER 2017 MACDONALD SCORES ANOTHER ROUND WIN Invercargill racing driver Liam MacDonald has scored another round win in Class 2 of the BNT V8’s Championship at Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park in Taupo this weekend. However, to do so, he had to overcome a fuel problem in the opening race of the round on Saturday which dropped him down the order late in the race. MacDonald bounced back in Sunday’s races to record a win on Sunday morning before a second place in the third and final race of the round later in the day. The weekend began well when the young Southlander took pole position in the Speedy Signs Ford Falcon on Saturday from Nick Farrier of Pukekohe and Matt Podjrsky from Inglewood. He then led the first race until three laps from home when the fuel issue intervened, slowing the Falcon and dropping him to 4th place at the chequered flag. Chelsea Herbert went on to take her maiden win in the race. MacDonald overcame his woes on Sunday morning to win from Farrier and Aucklander Brock Timperley before going on to take second behind Timperley in the third and final race. The results gave him the round win and extended his lead in the championship. “It was great to overcome the problems we had on Saturday and come back and win the round,” said MacDonald who had opened the defence of his title with a clean sweep and a round win at Pukekohe last month. The next round of the championship is at Mike Pero Motorsport Park at Ruapuna in Christchurch from 12-14 January 2018 followed by Teretonga Park, Liam’s home circuit, a week later. “I am looking forward to coming home with the Speedy Signs Falcon to the South Island circuits I know well,” said Liam after he had wrapped up the Taupo round win. MacDonald’s campaign in the 2017/2018 BNT V8’s Championship is supported by Speedy Signs, EmbroidMe, Southern Automobiles, Castrol NZ, GT Radial NZ, Million Dollar Cruise Queenstown, Marsh Motorsport, Classic Car Warehouse Invercargill, Advanti Racing and YHI NZ, Ideal Electrical, BNT NZ, Auto Windscreen Replacement Ltd, Southern Bolts & Fasteners, Auto Fab, Ralston Sheetmetal, Invercargill; NAC Insurance, CS Auto Refinishing, Invercargill, DAL Photographics, Discount Tyres Invercargill and a Sport Scholarship with the Community Trust of Southland. Photographs - please credit Euan Cameron AL7E4632 MacDonald and the Speedy Signs Ford Falcon lead the pack/AL7E3790 Liam MacDonald and the Speedy Signs Falcon/AL7E4819 Liam MacDonald celebrates another round win.

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