Targeting Veterans: How The Cleaning Authority Accurately Markets Franchise Opportunities to Veterans

For any franchise business to excel, targeting the right franchisee candidate is one of the most important aspects in creating a successful franchise development strategy. This Cleaning Business Today article highlights The Cleaning Authority’s desire to work with veterans as franchisees. “Because of my military and flying background, I liked that everything is standardized with a franchise system,” said Rick Barton, owner of the Bluffton, SC franchise. “I had looked at many franchise opportunities and found The Cleaning Authority online. I chose the brand because of its well-organized processes, corporate support and established best practices, which reflected what I was looking for in a business to operate.” Click the image below to read the full article.

Targeting Veterans: How The Cleaning Authority Accurately Markets Franchise Opportunities to Veterans

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