Cleaning Franchise Continues Growth
Anago Cleaning Systems, a commercial cleaning franchise with over 1,700 regional and unit franchises throughout the United States and Canada, announced its newest franchise owners in Southwest Connecticut, including New Haven and Fairfield counties.
Ted Bonanno, regional director of Anago of Southwest Connecticut, will lead this new territory for the commercial cleaning franchise, adding more entrepreneurial opportunities in this area of the Northeast United States.
Anago of Southwest Connecticut said in a press release that it is positioned to benefit from both existing and new businesses opening in the area. Commercial cleaning was listed as a frontline, essential operation during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and is expected to remain a key business operational necessity to keep brick and mortar businesses, along with many offices building, clean and sanitized.
“We are excited for Ted and the new master franchise operation in Southwest Connecticut,” said Adam Povlitz, CEO and president of Anago Cleaning Systems. “His energy and unique business experience define success and is exemplary of what we expect from our master franchise owners. We look forward to Ted’s success in Southwest Connecticut.”
Bonanno earned his MBA from Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business in New York City, enjoyed a successful consultancy career and has invested in many different business ventures.
“This is an opportunity I have been seeking for quite some time,” said Bonanno. “I was attracted to Anago’s ability to demonstrate its profitability and viability during strained economic times. Its recession-resistant model along with its reputation, stability, and performance within a booming industry is something I feel very confident investing my time and expertise in within the Southwestern Connecticut market.”
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