A current member of the U.S. Army, new Maid Simple House Cleaning franchise owner, Frank Fowlston, will be transitioning out of the military in November 2014 after 10 years of service – nearly three years of which he spent on the front lines in Iraq.
“After attending several business seminars in the Army, I decided that a franchise was best suited for my skills and lifestyle,” says Fowlston. “After careful research with my wife Danielle, we settled on a Maid Simple House Cleaning franchise and have never looked back.”
Danielle is co-owner of Maid Simple House Cleaning of Lexington and has years of medical office, insurance agency, restaurant management, and in-home daycare experience.
“The considerably low investment for a Maid Simple House Cleaning franchise was very appealing to us,” says Danielle. “We were impressed with the model’s support options, flexibility, and backing by current franchisees. And the discount offered to military veterans was enticing.”
“The Maid Simple House Cleaning staff is unquestionably the best at what they do,” adds Frank. “They truly care about helping make your business successful.”
For more information about Maid Simple House Cleaning of Lexington visit http://www.maidsimplehc.com/
Maid Simple House Cleaning was created by residential cleaning leader, Maid Brigade, in 2012 to address the changing needs of its maid services customers. It is a low cost, home-based cleaning franchise model available for $29,500 including the $10,000 franchise fee. In-house financing is available for qualified prospects. An IFA VetFran Proud Supporter, Maid Simple House Cleaning offers military veterans and their families special discounts.