SBT Lauderhill Reaches $1M in Annual Sales, Plans for Future Growth



SBT Lauderhill Reaches $1M in Annual Sales, Plans for Future Growth

Lauderhill, Florida February 28, 2013 –Signs By Tomorrow – Lauderhill is pleased to announce the appointment of Doug Curren as area manager of business development, South Florida. The announcement comes on the heels of recognition at the company’s national convention in Savannah, Georgia earlier this month for surpassing $1 million in sales in 2012, and as the center prepares for an upcoming rebranding initiative.

Brian and Sue Meister have owned the center since 2004 and have built it into one of the national franchise’s top ten revenue producing centers. According to Brian Meister, “Reaching this sales milestone is a reflection of Signs By Tomorrow – Lauderhill’s commitment to providing the latest technology, attention to detail, superior products, competitive pricing and an overall exceptional customer experience.” He explains the addition of Curren will further position the center for continued growth in the South Florida market, particularly relevant as the center plans to become an early adopter of the new Image360 brand which is scheduled to launch in the next few months by Signs By Tomorrow parent company, Sign & Graphics Operations, LLC (SGO).

Curren brings 30 years of print industry and client relationship management experience to the company. In his new role, Curren will be responsible for developing new clients and generating incremental revenues on behalf of Signs By Tomorrow-Lauderhill. Curren will work out of the showroom and manufacturing facility located at 7362 W. Commercial Blvd in Lauderhill. He can be reached at (954) 748-6990 or via email at

As a full-service visual communications company, Signs By Tomorrow has established itself as a leading provider of digitally produced wall, floor, window and vehicle graphics including custom wraps, murals, event and trade show displays, wayfinding systems, lobby logo and building signage, ADA compliant signs and much more, and Meister says that will only expand with the planned conversion to Image360. “The migration to the new Image360 brand is a reflection of how we have operated our business all along,” says Meister. “More than just a new name to the market, Image360 introduces a new, consultative, creative approach that will change the way many companies fulfill their visual communications needs and is a better representation of the scope of work we do and the depth of service we provide to our clientele.”