TRIAD Signs Welcomes New Sign Specialist to the Team!

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We’re very excited to have Brandon Williams join our PIP of the Triad team. Brandon was born and raised in southern Alamance County. He has worked in the public service industry specializing in grief counseling since 2007 and in 2014 joined the signage industry as a consultant. His new role as Business Growth Strategist will primarily focus on promoting our Triad Signs division by helping clients promote their image, identity and information by providing the highest quality products and services in the custom sign industry.

Brandon decided to take on this new role because “After the initial interview process, it was evident that PIP of the Triad was an attractive employment opportunity in that after only two hours or so, I felt like family.” and says he’s favorite part of his profession is being able to help folks grow their business by developing effective signage solutions that maximize their exposure.

Brandon is married to Ashley Allbritton, also an Alamance County native, and has one daughter, McKenna. Who we can tell is his pride and joy! Outside of work, he enjoys golfing, going to the beach, spending time with his family and is a devoted Dallas Cowboys fan. He’s also a volunteer with the American Red Cross disaster action team and member of Straightway Baptist Church of Elon.

Brandon’s favorite quote, that he lives by daily is: “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them” -John F. Kennedy 

We think that’s a great motto for us all to live by!

Be sure to contact Brandon will all your signage needs.

Connect with Brandon: Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn


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