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Visual Magnetics Product to Be Offered by FASTSIGNS

ANAHEIM, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/30/14 -- FASTSIGNS® International, Inc., franchisor of 550 FASTSIGNS® locations worldwide has announced a new initiative with Visual Magnetics® and their unique magnetic-receptive graphic system used for creating environmental graphics, décor and merchandising.

The Visual Magnetics Graphic System® uses a magnetic receptive micro-iron™ based primer called ActiveWall®, a flexible roll or sheet magnet backer called InvisiLock® and magnetic receptive print media called MagnaMedia® to provide a versatile solution for graphics and décor. MagnaMedia is a premium eco-friendly solution made from recycled post-consumer synthetics, sustainable natural fabrics or FSC/GREENguard Gold certified cellulose based media.

"Because FASTSIGNS centers serve a wide variety of industries in urban and rural areas, our graphic system will now be more accessible than ever. FASTSIGNS centers will be able to provide top of the line customer support and expertise to create complete solutions for wall coverings, décor items and fixtures," said Visual Magnetics CEO Joe Deetz. "We are proud to be working with such a major player in the visual communications, sign and graphics industry."

"We are excited to offer such a unique system of layered, easily changeable graphics that can be used to add intrigue and impact to the sign, décor and graphics projects we create for customers," said FASTSIGNS CEO Catherine Monson. "Whether it is used by a restaurant to update daily specials, in an office lobby to change the décor with the seasons or in a healthcare facility to promote different wellness initiatives, we believe the Visual Magnetics Graphic System will add value to our customers' décor, promotional and other sign and graphics programs, giving them more flexibility and providing high quality, long-lasting results."

To learn more about FASTSIGNS, visit fastsigns.com; to learn more about Visual Magnetics, visit visualmagnetics.com.

About FASTSIGNS®

FASTSIGNS International, Inc. is the worldwide franchisor of 550 FASTSIGNS® sign, graphic and visual communications centers in eight countries including the US (and Puerto Rico), Canada, England, Brazil, Mexico, the Caribbean, Saudi Arabia and Australia (where centers operate as SIGNWAVE®). FASTSIGNS provides comprehensive visual communications solutions to help customers of all sizes -- across all industries -- meet their business objectives and increase their business visibility through the use of signs, graphics, printing, promotional products and related marketing services. Visit fastsigns.com or call 800-FASTSIGNS for the location most convenient to you

About Visual Magnetics

Visual Magnetics is a materials innovation company centered on a versatile and sustainable graphics system with manufacturing based in the USA. Visual Magnetics is the creator of the revolutionary patented large-scale graphics system that matches magnetic-receptive technologies with the highest quality print media and has been embraced by over 300 retailers worldwide. Six-time winner of the DPI/SGIA Product of the Year Award, the Visual Magnetics Graphic System® features patented Micro-Iron® MagnaMedia® printable media that produce stunning photo-quality graphics, and allow for design flexibility through multi-layering of graphic panels. For more information please visit www.visualmagnetics.com.

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