SAR GLOBAL SIGNS
A lifelong Texan and the alumni association’s current VP Marketing & Communications, Barton
Daniel was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, to a family with a strong line of successful entrepreneurs. Following in his ancestors’ path, he has founded ten companies in a broad range of industries, both domestically and internationally, often using the dealer or franchise business model. Prior to his entrepreneur career, he worked as an independent consultant and then with the consulting firm, Accenture, and he also drove 18-wheelers. He holds a Jonah Consulting degree from the Goldratt Institute, and also worked on an Associate Degree in Automotive Technology at Texas State Technical College. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors in Political Science from Vanderbilt University, a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, and an MBA from Baylor University. He received a scholarship from TBHF in 1999 while attending Baylor University.
Daniel currently focuses his energy on four main companies he started and still runs: Skyview Solutions, a HughesNet dealer operating in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and New Mexico; Signarama San Antonio, a franchisee of the global Signarama franchise that handles not only local San Antonio sign business but also national sign accounts for the Signarama brand; Signarama India, a master franchisor of the global Signarama franchise that sells and supports Signarama franchises in the India market, as well as provides signs for national accounts in India and throughout Asia and the Middle East; and United Glocal Group, a provider of back off accounting, marketing and management support, as well as assistance in implementing best practices and policies.
To support his community, Daniel has participated as a board member of the local chapter of Rotary International, as well as committee chair of the Global Grant Committee. He has also participated as a board member of both the Texas Cavaliers Charitable Foundation, which supports children’s charities in South Texas, and of The Batz Foundation, which promotes patient safety and the reduction of medical errors. Daniel has served his church as a deacon and a community leader.
At home, Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, and especially appreciates any time he can participate in outdoor activities.