Strategic Franchising and the TruBlue Total House Care team are proud to announce the recent opening of four new franchise locations. In a time when a lot of businesses are struggling, TruBlue has continued to grow thanks to the hard work of our franchise owners as well as the demand that comes with being an essential service.
Two friends from Kentucky, Daniel N. Elswick and Casey Martin, shared a background in the construction industry but both had bigger dreams. With the help of TruBlue, they combined their previous career knowledge with their desires of business ownership, and launched TruBlue of the Bluegrass. Construction experience can prove helpful when handling the home improvement and commercial project aspects of TruBlue franchise ownership. Take for instance new franchise owner Gregg Erickson who has 25 years in home-building and decided to embark on a second career with TruBlue Total House Care of Johns Creek.
Another cause for the recent TruBlue expansion is the continuous growth of the Senior Care market. More than 10,000 people turn 65 years old everyday and a vast majority of them want to “age in place.” Thanks to his background, experienced home health care nurse David Leach was very aware of the challenges facing older homeowners and wanted to help ease their fears by launching a TruBlue Total House Care Franchise of his own.
While prior experience is a plus, one of the most important traits our successful franchise owners all share is the ability to effectively manage individuals and teams. After a long career in retail leadership, this is an aspect Neil Burnette brings to TruBlue Total House Care of Suffolk.
TruBlue is the only national provider that specializes in Total House Care for Seniors that helps them stay in their homes longer. While TruBlue is expanding rapidly to meet the growing national demand, this opportunity is still wide open, with plenty of available territories, and with minimal competition and regulation. Find out if owning a TruBlue Franchise is the perfect opportunity for you.