Meet Our Franchisee: Steve Hunsberger

Meet Our Franchisee: Steve Hunsberger

Steve Hunsberger turned to business ownership through franchising with The Cleaning Authority after his 20-year career in IT for the big banks in Manhattan. When his job was potentially being transferred cross-country, Steve didn’t want to move. “Last spring my job was relocated to Florida. So instead of uprooting my life, I decided to investigate local business options,” he said.

The Cleaning Authority’s excellent financial performance attracted Steve. “As a former banker, finances were one of the components that stuck out to me when selecting The Cleaning Authority,” Steve said. “I thought the relatively low start-up cost was attractive as well as the high income potential.”

Steve was also drawn to The Cleaning Authority when he saw how much its corporate staff cared about his businesses success.

Outside of work, Steve is an avid table tennis player. In fact, he was previously ranked as a Top 50 player in the U.S. He also coaches sports that his 11 and 13-year-old kids are involved in. “I look forward to being a local sponsor of sports and activities through The Cleaning Authority,” Steve said. “It is important to me to make a positive impact on my family and the community.”

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