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3/9/2017 Press Release
Central Fort Bend Chamber Welcomes New Member, Fastsigns with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Left to Right (Front Row) Ray Aguilar, Classic Chevy – Sugar Land; Sharon Faldyn, Happy Cousin’s Dance Club; Ken Frasier, Sam;s Driving School; Robert Lopez, Fastsigns; Sam Jajoo, New York Life Insurance Co.; Alice Jozwiak, City of Rosenberg; Mayor Cynthia McConathy, City of Rosenberg; Harish Jajoo, City of Sugar Land; Sid Jajoo, Fastsigns; Vinod Jajoo, Kids Montessori Academy; Marla Jurek, Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union; Mike Davis, Remedy  Roofing; Hansa Patel; Russell Reichle, Airbrush Images; Leena Areso, My Credit Fax; Carine Hecox, HIIT Fitness

Central Fort Bend Chamber Welcomes New Member, Fastsigns with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 

Fastsigns opened its doors to business owners, elected officials and community members as the Central Fort Bend Chamber celebrated with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Thursday, March 9, 2017. Owner, Sid Jajoo thanked all who came to show their support.  “We’re in the community to promote business and encourage growth. Fastsigns offers a complete and comprehensive marketing strategy to help you grow.  We are here to meet your business needs big or small”.  Cynthia McConathy, City of Rosenberg Mayor welcomed Fastsigns to the Rosenberg Community expressing that, “We want you all to be a big part of this city and wish you much success. We will spread the word of the great services you offer and thank you for choosing this community to serve within”.

Fastsigns offers a variety of services for your business that includes, content development to create targeted messages for your customer base, graphic design assistance, project management to make sure your project is executed properly, survey and permitting to ensure all signage is in compliance, sign installation and more.   

For more information, visit their website at:

The Central Fort Bend Chamber is a 106 year old non-profit membership organization dedicated to creating a strong local economy where businesses can prosper. The Central Fort Bend Chamber advocates for over 1,000 local businesses led by a volunteer board of directors who are dedicated to sustaining Fort Bend County’s quality of life, and keeping our community and economy vibrant.

For more information on the Chamber or its programs, call 281-342-5464 or visit

Adrianne Manrique, Special Events Coordinator, 281-342-5464,


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Special Thanks to the CFBCA Patrons:

Alaina Caldwell Companies   City of Richmond City of Rosenberg Greater Fort Bend EDCSiEnviro    Group One   Memorial Hermann Sugar Land NISD Oak Bend S & B Infrastructure Silver Eagle Van De Wiele & Vogler Engineering