Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Another Fresh Coat in North Carolina

Fresh Coat Painters has extended its reach in North Carolina with the launch of John Greer’s franchise to serve Raleigh, Durham, Wake Forest, Franklinton, Apex, Cary and their surrounding communities.

For Greer, the new business offers the opportunity to invest in himself while providing solid jobs for others.

He came to the business with experience in the medical field, having served as a paramedic in New York City before heading to Iraq as a civilian contractor and assisting in health care there. Upon his return, he relocated to North Carolina and opted to start his own business.

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Chicago get's a Fresh Coat

Fresh Coat Painters is bringing its professional services to Chicago’s North Shore with the launch of Fred Alsen’s franchise to serve Winnetka, Evanston, Northbrook, Highland Park and their surrounding communities.

For Alsen, the franchise proved to be the ideal complement to his already successful interior design business. Indeed, he said, it seemed “the Universe” presented Fresh Coat to him.

“I was interested in finding a business that would provide me with cash flow and a steady income that would not require me to learn a whole new set of skills or pull me away from the clients who have come to depend on me,” he said. “Suddenly it seemed like every time I looked at Facebook or LinkedIn or virtually anywhere else, the Fresh Coat name would just pop up. I didn’t go looking for it; it seemed to find me.”

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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Another Fresh Coat in Massachusetts

Fresh Coat Painters has extended its services in North Central Massachusetts with the opening of Mark and Lori Benoit’s painting franchise to serve Leominster, Princeton, Westminster, Fitchburg, Ayer, Littleton, Harvard, Lancaster, Sterling and their surrounding communities.

After 30-plus years as a self-employed painter and carpenter, Mark said he was ready to step down from the ladder and use his knowledge to lead a team of professionals.

“Most of my work came from repeat clients and their referrals, so I know the importance of providing quality service at reasonable prices,” he said. “Fresh Coat puts its emphasis on client satisfaction and how you treat the client. I also appreciated that they use only employees, never subcontractors, because I know that with subcontractors, you don’t necessarily know what you’re going to get. That matched with my experience and demonstrated their integrity.”

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