“Through my military deployment in Iraq, I developed a great combination of technical management capabilities and leadership skills that I wanted to utilize to truly build a future. I also wanted to be in control of my own destiny,” stated Jim Carmody, owner of a CT franchise in Collegeville, PA. “Although I had never actually managed a company before, Computer Troubleshooters has provided me the professional guidance and resources for running a successful technology business.”
The International Franchise Association estimates that one out of every seven franchises in the United States is owned by a veteran. With more than 66,000 veteran-owned franchises, the numbers strongly indicate that the skills acquired during military service are a good match with the requirements of owning and operating a franchise business.
“Jim and our other veterans have a winning combination of being extremely disciplined and action-oriented, while truly seeing the value of executing the franchisor’s outlined system of operation,” states Halli Evans, Director of Marketing for Computer Troubleshooters. “Any franchisor will tell you that their top franchisees ‘follow the system.’ When we apply all the CT resources, expertise and support to that kind of individual, we find it’s a recipe for success.”
Any active duty or retired veteran interested in learning more about the CT franchise opportunity and discounts should contact CT’s Senior Franchise Sales Consultant, Mark Sweeterman, at 877-392-6278 x617 or msweeterman@
About Computer Troubleshooters
With more than 475 franchises in 28+ countries, Computer Troubleshooters (CT) is the largest international network of franchise owners providing onsite computer services to small and medium sized businesses and residential users. CT is part of the Merrymeeting Group (MMG), an investment firm specializing in the acquisition and development of franchise systems. For further information about Computer Troubleshooters, please contact:
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