Signs By Tomorrow announces new President
National signage and graphics franchise, Signs By Tomorrow, has announced the appointment of Maryland native Ramon “Ray” L. Palmer as new president of the Maryland-headquartered business.
As president, CEO and co-founder of Palmer Vohrer Enterprises, Palmer has been involved with Signs By Tomorrow for the past 10 years as a franchisee, owning and operating four of the national chain’s Maryland locations. Palmer has also served as a member and chairperson of Signs By Tomorrow’s Franchise Advisory Council, on which he played a key role in developing a national website for the firm and establishing an advertising fund for franchisees.
According to McGuinness, “With his excellent educational and corporate background and firsthand experience as a franchisee, Ray is a natural choice to succeed me as president. Having lived the role of a franchisee and as an actively involved key team member, Ray has invaluable experience that positions him to take Signs By Tomorrow into the future and stand ready to serve the next generation as we prepare to celebrate our 25th anniversary next year.”
Since it was founded in 1986, Signs By Tomorrow has been providing its customers with high-quality, cost-effective signs. With convenient locations, fast and friendly services and affordable prices, the company has grown into a national network of 170 locations in 35 states. (kbp)