Entries by Goodbye Graffiti

Goodbye Graffiti™ and Dulux Paints partner to Knock out Racism

A cornerstone of our business at Goodbye Graffiti™  for over 20 years has always been the FREE removal of racist and hate graffiti.  Racist and hate graffiti has always been a priority, once notified we are on site immediately, we use all available resources to efficiently and professionally remove or cover any hate or racist […]

Goodbye Graffiti™ Edmonton and Free Footie!

Goodbye Graffiti™ Edmonton’s franchise owner, Martin Grantham is proud to announce that he is partnering with Free Footie YEG.  Free Footie’s Mission is to “provide vulnerable kids with the opportunity to play in a safe, accessible and inclusive environment at no to cost to them or their families – because when kids are empowered through […]

Staff Profile: Goodbye Graffiti™ Vancouver General Manager, Danielle Beck

In the spirit of International Women’s Day 2019 we take this opportunity to profile another strong, successful women at Goodbye Graffiti™, Danielle Beck.  Danielle has risen through the ranks at Goodbye Graffiti™ beginning in Toronto in 2013 as a Sentinel and an Administrator to today managing Goodbye Graffiti’s largest and most successful market, Goodbye Graffiti™ […]

International Women’s Day 2019

The Goodbye Graffiti™ network is proud to hire, promote and support women in business.  Did you know that 80% of Goodbye Graffiti’s head office employees are women? In what one may think is a traditionally male industry, women at Goodbye Graffiti™ continue to thrive.  Perri Domm, owner and founder of Goodbye Graffiti™ has continuously hired […]

Goodbye Graffiti Offices will Donate 1% of Contract Sales in October and November to Local Foodbanks

The Goodbye Graffiti™ Franchise Association in conjunction with Goodbye Graffiti™ Inc. have decided to donate 1% of all contract revenue to local food banks in the communities where are businesses reside.  We are grateful to these communities for helping to make us Canada’s largest Graffiti Removal network and want to do what we can to give back.  […]