SignTastic Sign Waving Spinner Machines
Small Business Opportunity, Are you an entrepreneur looking for that perfect small business opportunity? If you're willing to work about ten hours a week (part-time) you can easily earn hundreds of dollars every day of the week. http://www.signtasticmachines.com
In the U.S.A. Today tens of thousands of outdoor and indoor signs will be sold but there has been a major shift in outdoor advertising. This shift or change in the market brings about the greatest opportunity within the sign shop, sign making, sign printing business in the last thirty years.
An entrepreneur in Pennsylvania has invented, designed and manufactured the very first modern, mobile and modular sign waving sign spinner machine for business.
If you are in the sign business today you should contact SignTastic Machines at once and see if your zip code area is available. You could lock up your own factory authorized dealership in a matter of days and get your share of the hundreds of millions of annual sales dollars.
You know the names like Fastsigns, Signarama, Signsnow, Signs by Tomorrow but the money is found within the name SignTastic Machines and this opportunity is not a franchise.
The SignTastic Sign Waving Sign Spinner Machine founder is looking for honest and hard working dealerships in North America and then this offer will become international.
The factory wants master dealerships in every state and local dealerships in every county and then agents in every town, city and village across America.
This next generation outdoor advertising sign waving sign spinner machine is patent pending, contract protected and countrywide opportunities are available today.
If you're in the sign business today, contact the SignTastic Factory. We're confident that you can quickly expand your business by offering first-quality, factory-direct, precision sign waving and sign spinner machines in your local area.
Is your sign visible from the road?
Is it readable from the road?
Is it well-lit at night?
Do you have signage on top of the building?
Does your signage project out from the building as well?
Do you have signage or text on your windows?
Do you use sidewalk sandwich board signs?
Do you use neon signs?