Action Services Group to showcase services at TopSource 2014 Summit
Aston, Pa. — Action Services Group, a national lighting, sign and electrical maintenance company will present its wide-range of services at the upcoming 2014 TopSource Summit Supplier Showcase, January 27th – 29th in Dallas.
TopSource, a Boston-based strategic sourcing company, assists grocery, retail, and wholesale companies manage their indirect spend to help provide significant savings and innovative solutions in multiple business areas.
Action Services Group’s services include interior and exterior lighting maintenance services, sign maintenance and electrical maintenance services, LED lighting retrofits and relamping services.
“Our customers are constantly looking for ways to reduce both operational costs and energy costs,” said Vanessa Karlis, sourcing manager, TopSource. “That’s just one of the many reasons we are extremely pleased to add Action Services Group to our list of suppliers for Not-for-Resale products and services. We are impressed with their successful track record of providing a broad range of lighting, sign and electrical maintenance services — including LED lighting retrofit services — to retail customers. Overall, their service expertise will demonstrate significant savings for our customers.”
Easton’s Northampton Crossings now 100% leased
Purchase, N.Y. — Visionworks has taken 3,100 sq. ft. at Northampton Crossings in Easton, Pa., bringing the property up to 100% leased, according to National Realty & Development Corp., the center’s owner.
NRDC also noted that existing tenants Regis Hair Salon and Chrin’s Cleaners have extended their Northampton Crossings leases.
A Wal-Mart Supercenter, Regal Cinemas, Sam’s Club and Hobby Lobby anchor the 622,000-sq.-ft. power-center.
PizzaRev adds four franchisee groups
Los Angeles — PizzaRev has signed agreements with four franchisee groups covering territory in five states. The deals will lead to the opening of new units in San Diego and Orange counties in California plus Utah, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Here are brief profiles of each group:
Away We Dough: Away We Dough is part of William Tell. The owners operate 18 Applebee’s and eight Famous Dave’s in Utah and Washington. The Restaurant Finance Monitor ranks William Tell at 151 on its list of the Top 200 franchisees in the United States based on annual revenue. Away We Dough will develop three PizzaRev restaurants in Utah.
Crafty Pizza: Crafty Pizza will develop 12 PizzaRev restaurants in Orange County, Calif.
TNT Pizza: TNT Pizza owns and operates nine Applebee’s, two Chevys and three Johnny Carino’s in North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska. The company will develop three PizzaRev restaurants. The locations include Sioux Falls, S.D., Fargo, N.D., and Lincoln, Neb.
RFP Group: The RFP Group owns and operates three Jersey Mike’s in North San Diego County. The company plans to develop five PizzaRev restaurants there.