A change in direction. A break from the routine. Starting over. a new chapter. Whatever you want to call it, we have all felt the tug. It might come at 27 or 38, 52 or even 72. For Don Greer, he felt it at 45. Greer had spent 25 years in grocery distribution management. But when National Supermarkets closed its door in June 1995, Greer lost his job as a warehouse manager. He found another job but the hours were long and work was frustrating.
“When I turned 45, I realized I wanted to do something different than what I had been doing for the past 25 years,” Greer said. “Running my own business seemed like the most desirable change I could make.”
In March 1999, after much research, Greer became a franchisee of Signarama in St Louis. Signarama is the world’s largest sign franchise that provides a full range of comprehensive sign and graphic services to both consumers and commercial customers.
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