Action Services Group Chosen by Strategic Restaurants Acquisition Company for Exterior Sign and Lighting Maintenance Program Covering 295 Burger King Restaurant Units

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Sign and lighting maintenance agreement includes Burger King Restaurant units located in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Missouri.

Actions Services Group, a national lighting, sign and electrical maintenance company, today announces a service agreement with Strategic Restaurants Acquisition Company, LLC to provide exterior sign and lighting maintenance services for their 295 Burger King Restaurant units.

The two-year maintenance program covers proactive, scheduled quarterly visits to Strategic Restaurants’ units under a fixed monthly fee. The fee includes inspection, repair and/or replacement of lamps, ballasts, sockets, electrodes, tube supports, wiring within the sign or light fixture LED or non-LED redband, LED or non-LED channel letters, neon transformers and secondary wiring.

On-demand exterior sign and lighting service between the scheduled quarterly visits is included under the program at no additional charge, as well as quarterly visual inspections of interior lighting for those locations with interior playgrounds.

Action Services Group provides national lighting, sign and electrical maintenance services, re-lamping and LED retrofit services to retail store chains and restaurant chains, commercial building operators and educational and healthcare institutions across the United States and Canada. Using a proprietary, web based service management system, ServicePointSM Solutions, Action Services Group stores and tracks all location asset data after the initial service call virtually eliminating return-trip service charges, tracks all product warranty information to maximize cost savings and measures each service call with a customer satisfaction survey at the site level. For more details, visit

Action Services Group    525 Turner Industrial Way    Aston PA 19014

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