Charlotte, NC, January 22, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- Just two weeks after Michael Leonard (seat 12C) will join in a Celebration of Life with his fellow survivors from Flight 1549, Miracle on the Hudson, he is strengthening his roots in the Charlotte business community. In 2006, Michael transplanted his family to Charlotte for Belk. After ten years at Belk, he took an out of town position, first in NYC and then South Florida, flying back-and-forth to CLT each week. Michael stated, “After a couple years of commuting, I realized I wanted to be home, not just a weekend attendee. I wanted to reconnect with my community and be part of its growth” QC Signs & Graphics was born.
Michael, a new Officer in the Rotary Club of Ballantyne, an active member in the Pineville Chamber of Commerce and BNI, is now a small business owner in Charlotte.
QC Signs and Graphics is excited to be holding its official Grand Opening on Thursday, January 30 from 5pm – 7:30pm, open to the public. Located at 13331 York Center Drive, Suite B, Charlotte, NC 28273. Refreshments, a car wrapping demonstration, and a live DJ will get the evening started to officially introduce the business to the Charlotte community.
QC Signs & Graphics is a full-service Sign Company that handles anything from banners and window graphics to permitting and installation of large-scale signing as well as a provider of promotional products. “What I love most is that our early jobs have been new businesses opening offices and branches in Charlotte. From a new children’s gym opening in Pineville to the opening of a Charlotte office of an international company that builds machines to sort recyclables, QC Signs & Graphics is helping the Queen City grow, get branded and evolve as a business community.
“Charlotte is my home and I’m excited to be a part of its expansion. What I learned in 20+ years of corporate America I am taking with me to QC Signs & Graphics. I look forward to the official Ribbon Cutting and opening my doors to all of the Queen City,” said Michael.