|By Marketwired .||
|February 11, 2014 03:00 AM EST||
MONTGOMERY, AL -- (Marketwired) -- 02/11/14 -- The Vanguard Cleaning Systems® of Alabama regional office has expanded coverage to Montgomery, Alabama. The regional office is owned and operated by long-time Vanguard Cleaning Systems Master Franchisee, Brad Green. Vanguard Cleaning Systems of Alabama, which also operates offices in Birmingham and Huntsville, will sell and support janitorial franchises which provide cleaning services to businesses throughout the metropolitan market.
"Brad is a knowledgeable and seasoned business operator, and continues to provide a high degree of educational opportunities to the region's franchisees," said Mark Heisten, Vice President of Business Development and Marketing, Vanguard Cleaning Systems, Inc. "We'd expect his reputation for consistency will be highly valued in the new region."
Vanguard Cleaning Systems of Alabama currently has more than 400 office cleaning accounts being serviced by 70 franchisees throughout the state. For information about Vanguard Cleaning Systems within the Montgomery market, contact Brad Green at 205-972-4161 or email at [email protected].
About Vanguard Cleaning Systems®
Founded in 1984, the Vanguard Cleaning Systems® franchise organization has 2,700 independently owned and operated franchised businesses in North America. Through a master franchise network of 59 regional offices, Vanguard Cleaning Systems® franchisees provide cleaning services for more than 14,000 commercial customers.
The Vanguard® franchise has been consistently ranked among the top franchises in North America, achieving a rank of #7 in the 2011 Entrepreneur Magazine's Franchise 500 and #15 in the 2012 D&B AllBusiness AllStar franchises. You can learn more about Vanguard Cleaning Systems® at www.vanguardcleaning.com.
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