|By Marketwired .||
|July 2, 2014 02:14 PM EDT||
TAMPA, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/02/14 -- Office Pride, the most advanced commercial cleaning franchise in the U.S., is looking for entrepreneurs in the greater Tampa Bay area to take advantage of a promising business opportunity.
Tampa is home to Office Pride's headquarters, and the 20-year-old commercial cleaning franchise has more than 115 units nationwide. Todd Hopkins, founder and CEO of the company, is also the Area Developer for Tampa. He works closely with the franchisees here, coaching them personally on how to build a more profitable business.
Office Pride is looking to build franchises in Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Ybor City, Brandon, South Tampa, Pinellas Park, Palm Harbor, Dunedin and communities along the I-75 corridor.
While no franchise is truly recession-proof, Hopkins said, Office Pride is particularly well-situated to thrive under any economic conditions. "We provide a service to other businesses that people simply aren't willing to give up," he said. "Right now, the Tampa Bay area is on an economic upswing, so this is an excellent time to develop a franchise here."
Office Pride, which operated based on Biblical principles, is seeking franchisees who will embrace the company's core values and are willing to conduct business with integrity, honesty and a willingness to work hard. The company has built a reputation on providing outstanding customer service and using superior employee motivation and management techniques. Office Pride has one of the highest customer retention rates in the industry.
The Office Pride investment typically ranges from $14,900 to $59,000. Office Pride requires minimum net worth of $50,000 and a liquidity of at least $15,000. Office Pride will train candidates in all of their proprietary systems, and prior cleaning experience is not important. Hopkins is seeking candidates who share Office Pride's code of ethics and have a passion to own their own businesses.
To learn more about the Office Pride opportunity in the Tampa Bay area, please visit officepridefranchise.com/tampa.
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