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Top Franchise News of the Week

By December 11, 2020

To remain in business and competitive during 2020, more people are turning toward franchise ownership as a solution to control their income and career. Take a look at this week’s top franchise news stories. We hope they encourage and inspire you to pursue business ownership.

Top Franchise News of the week

Coverall Franchise News

Coverall just announced that Gerald Shelton of Columbus, Ohio, was honored with the Coverall Franchise Business Owner of the Year Award. Coverall is a leading franchisor in the commercial cleaning industry and has been kept busy during 2020. Shelton became a Coverall business owner four years ago and runs his business with family members.

Coverall Health Based Cleaning System requires $4,000 in liquid capital and has a total investment range of $16,508 – $51,465. Learn more here:

Conserva Irrigation Top Franchise News

Conserva Irrigation announced it is expanding in Northwest Portland, Oregon; Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas; Northwest Houston, Texas; and Delaware Valley, Pennsylvania and has opened 107 territories across the country.

Conserva is the largest franchisor in the irrigation industry and is prepared for explosive growth in 2021. It’s the only national outdoor irrigation company founded on the concept of water conservation.

Conserva Irrigation requires $35,000 in liquid capital and has a total investment range of $64,800 – $85,250. Learn more here:

AdvantaClean Top Franchise News

AdvantaClean welcomed its newest franchise owner who opened a location in Columbus, OH. Jason Hettinger, was mayor of Laurelville for nine years and brings a host of project management experience to his new position as franchise owner.

“My background leading teams and in construction, mitigation and remediation provided me with a lot of the experience I need with owning an AdvantaClean franchise,” said Hettinger. “I am thrilled to join the AdvantaClean team and bring our services to the Columbus, Ohio, market. My location will offer residents and businesses in the area high-quality service with their building remediation needs.”

AdvantaClean is a leading brand in the water and mold remediation industry.

AdvantaClean requires $50,000 in liquid capital and has a total investment range of $99,650 – $231,500. Learn more here:

Sylvan Learning Top Franchise News

Sylvan Learning is expanding to Washington, MO by signing on their newest franchise owner, Jacqueline Ward. Ward, a former teacher and mother of six, has been an educator throughout her whole career. She has seen first-hand that not all children learn the same way. Kids find success with Sylvan’s tutoring methods.

“My goal is to be the franchisee and owner of all the Sylvan Learning centers in the area. By partnering with local schools in a meaningful way, we have a much broader reach, so the virtual option is going to help tremendously, especially amid COVID-19. Personalizing the learning programs will support our students’ strengths and, ultimately, help them achieve their goals.”

Sylvan Learning is the #1 learning franchise that prides itself with the highest level of franchisee support and advanced technology.

Sylvan Learning requires $75,000 in liquid capital and has a total investment range of $70,270 – $163,625. Learn more here:

Signarama® Top Franchise News

Signarama® announces that it is opening a new location in Conroe, TX. J.D. Webb and his wife, Beth Webb, will be opening the sign business to provide essential services to the local community in The Woodlands (South). J.D. is a former U.S. Marine and has 20 years of experience in the sales industry. While his wife, Beth, has more than 25 years experience in accounting and finance and is a former business owner of Giggles Cupcakery and Confections.

J.D. Webb says “The Woodlands has been my home for 30 years. I’m excited to give back to the community by meeting the branding needs of both new and established growth-focused businesses throughout the area.”

Signarama is the largest sign franchise in the world approaching 1,000 stores in more than 65 countries. It is part of a $49 billion sign industry.

Signarama® requires $60,000 in liquid capital and has a total investment range of $200,000 – $215,000. Learn more here:

Teriyaki Madness Franchise News

Loyalty programs promote repeat customers and mobile apps are essential among restaurants to help with takeout orders and delivery in 2020. This year, Teriyaki Madness is kicking up its game and offering a free teriyaki bowl (with purchase) to anyone who downloads the mobile app. But that’s not all. In addition, loyalty members who place four mobile orders throughout December will be entered into a drawing to win an iPhone 12.

“We’re excited to continue promoting our loyalty program and mobile app as a way to thank our regular customers while also attracting new ones, thanks to our strong value proposition,” Michael Haith, CEO of Teriyaki Madness said.

Teriyaki Madness (TMAD) is a fast-casual restaurant concept serving up quality fresh, healthy and flavorful Asian food in a hip atmosphere.

Teriyaki Madness requires $100,000 in liquid capital and has a total investment range of $313,500 – $653,860. Learn more here:

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