U.S. Veterans Magazine Honors Cleaning Franchise for its Commitment to Veterans
ATLANTA—Maid Simple House Cleaning, the low-cost cleaning franchise from Maid Brigade, has been selected by U.S. Veterans Magazine (USVM) as a 2014 Top Veteran-Friendly Franchise for its dedication to the country’s service men and women.
“We recognize the value of supporting transitioning veterans and their families,” says Joel Lazarovitz, vice president of franchise recruitment for Maid Simple House Cleaning. “Currently, two of our best franchisees are retired or active duty military. Their leadership ability, attention to detail, communication skills, and practical business sense make them outstanding franchise owners.”
USVM polled hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies for its 2014 Best of the Best evaluations. The winners were chosen based on market research, independent research, diversity conference participation, and survey responses performed and facilitated by the magazine’s publisher, DiversityComm, and its agents and affiliates.
An IFA VetFran Proud Supporter, Maid Simple House Cleaning is devoted to helping veterans access special franchise opportunities through training, financial assistance, and industry support. The company offers military veterans and their families special incentives and discounts including 15 percent off the initial Maid Simple House Cleaning franchise fee.
For more information about Maid Simple House Cleaning franchise opportunities visit www.maidsimplefranchise.com.
About Maid Simple House Cleaning
Maid Simple House Cleaning was created by residential cleaning leader, Maid Brigade, in 2012 to address the changing needs of its 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.