Signs by Tomorrow under new ownership
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Mark Barre
Mark Barre
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Signs By Tomorrow Marietta, a local graphics business serving the region since 2009, announced that it is under new ownership. Mark Barre, a long-time Cobb County resident, is taking over the business from Dave Morrissett, who is retiring.

The business also has relocated to a new facility at 975 Cobb Place Blvd., Suite 110, in Kennesaw. The move organizes the company’s production and provides additional square footage for improved turn-around time and efficiency.

Barre brings strong service orientation developed in his previous businesses to the company. He is currently president of the Kennesaw Business Association and an active member of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce. Prior to purchasing Signs By Tomorrow, he worked in a variety of sales and market development roles in the Atlanta area, including Crystal Springs Water and Equifax.

In 2000, Barre decided to make the jump from the Fortune 500 world to the local business arena when he joined a start-up franchise company in the executive suite industry. Since then, he has helped hundreds of clients launch their dreams by providing physical offices, virtual office services and administrative support. For the last three years, he has been the managing partner of an independent executive suite in Kennesaw, responsible for client relations, business development and technology issues for the suite.

Signs By Tomorrow in Marietta is locally-owned and operated, and is a member of Alliance Franchise Brands franchise network, a world.

For more information, call (678) 355-0446 or visit www.signsbytomorrow.com/marietta/

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