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Coverall Health-Based Cleaning System® Names Its 2012 Franchise Owners of the Year

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Coverall Health-Based Cleaning System®, a leading franchisor of commercial cleaning businesses, has announced its 2012 Franchise Owners of the Year.

"Their dedication, hard work and business knowledge have made these award-winners standouts among an exceptional group of Franchise Owners," said Rick Ascolese, President and Chief Executive Officer of Coverall North America, Inc. "They are great examples of what franchised business owners can accomplish by delivering a high-quality, dependable cleaning program to their customers, coupled with the outstanding support of the Coverall® System."

The annual awards honor Franchise Owners in three size categories. Owners are judged on factors including customer retention, length of service, and special services sold, among other criteria. The winners, who receive a monetary prize and a certificate, are:

BEST SMALL CATEGORY -- John Watts, Cleveland Support Center

John Watts purchased his Franchised Business in March 2011. His 20-year sales career and a dependable, well-trained team of employees have helped him strengthen his business.

BEST MEDIUM CATEGORY -- Rhey Antonio, Hawaii Support Center

Rhey Antonio purchased his Coverall Franchised Business 11 years ago. He serves as an ambassador for the Coverall® brand and often mentors new Coverall Franchise Owners, providing them with the benefit of his expertise.

BEST LARGE CATEGORY -- Damion Jones, Louisville Support Center

Damion Jones has owned his Coverall Franchised Business since 2007. In the last year, he has grown his commercial cleaning business exponentially through his dedication and commitment while also devoting time to several local charities.

Coverall also recognized Franchise Owner of the Year honorable mentions:

Small category -- Torey Saunders, Atlanta Support Center; Gabriel Vera, Palm Beach Support Center; Jack and Sylvia Halstead, Rochester Support Center; Jorge Romero, Los Angeles Support Center; Romabeh Cuizon, Hawaii Support Center; and Deana Randle, San Bernardino Support Center.

Medium category -- Al Limon, San Antonio Support Center; Todd Matthews, Pittsburgh Support Center; Antwan Flourney, Chicago Support Center; and Dora Alicia Quijano, Mountain West Support Center.

Large category -- Sam Delzoppo, Cleveland Support Center; Gabriel and Mandy Weiler, Rochester Support Center; and Daniel Flores, Chicago Support Center.

About Coverall Health-Based Cleaning System®

Coverall began in 1985 focused on helping Coverall Franchise Owners succeed as business owners in the commercial cleaning industry. In 2008, the company launched the Coverall Health-Based Cleaning System® Program with an emphasis on helping to improve cleanliness, health and wellness in work environments. This unique, patent-pending Coverall® Program combines innovative cleaning technologies and tools, hospital-grade disinfectants, professional training programs, customer support and communication, and a passion for healthy cleaning to do one thing: remove the maximum amount of dirt and germs as efficiently as possible. Today the Coverall® Program is the first choice of offices, healthcare facilities, ambulatory surgery centers, schools, daycares, retail businesses, restaurants, manufacturing plants, auto dealerships, religious centers, fitness centers and other businesses.

SOURCE Coverall Health-Based Cleaning System

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