With an aging baby boomer population, in-home senior care is in high demand — the reason Larry Aronson decided to bet on this franchise.
With little overhead or inventory investment, Maxine Kenefsky found it easy to launch this cleaning service, which today has 1,100 clients.
Tev Kelley was working as an installer for the window-covering franchise in 2007 when he quickly realized that he'd rather be an owner.
Providing caregiving services for families in need is both financially and emotionally rewarding for one Wisconsin couple.
Roger and Marilyn Kirkland own 7 Penn Stations in West Virginia and 2 in Pennsylvania, with revenues projected to reach over $5M this year.
Susan Gill purchased her first Just Between Friends franchise in 2008 to make additional income while keeping her full-time job.
By aligning with Linc Service, Liam O’Farrell was able to grow his HVAC company into a thriving $5-million-a-year business.
For $30,000 Caleb Stroh purchased his Critter Control franchise, which today earns $175,000 in annual revenues.
After Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana in 2005, Renee Maloney and Cathy Deano made a business decision to help their community destress.
After selling his auto-repair business in 2007, Eldon Holliday made a successful second-career move to property inspections.
Josh Holdinghausen has added five new locations since opening his first restaurant three years ago and employs more than 150 people.
Firehouse Subs franchisee Elliott Goldsmith first joined the brand in 2002. He now owns seven restaurants in Greenville, South Carolina.
Jeffrey Davis retired from the army in 2005 and three years later bought a HouseMaster franchise.
Martin Bahner purchased the first painting company franchise in 2005 and now has three, generating more than $3 million a year in sales.
Brian Riddick explored a number of franchise concepts before selecting this tutoring service.
Richard McLain left a career in commercial real estate to buy this franchise for $50,000.
This Ohio couple started buying the educational toy store franchises in 2001 and now own three. Combined they gross $1.7M a year.
Arpitha Rao, owner of Visiting Angels, claims the non-medical in-home care service for seniors affords her more time with her family.
Their past career in the mobile catering business readied Pam and Gary Sample to purchase their first flavored shaved-ice dessert truck.
The return on investment for Paramjit Josan's fast-food restaurant was so positive, he now owns three additional New York City locations.