Houston, Texas, USA downtown city skyline over Root Square.

JAN-PRO Franchise Development has recently announced a transfer of ownership in the Houston market. Seven current JAN-PRO Cleaning & Disinfecting Regional Developers from across the brand’s network have joined forces to take the Houston territory to the next level. Their collective experience, expertise and focus on the Houston market will bring a new level of success and support for the JAN-PRO Cleaning & Disinfecting franchisees they support in the marketplace.

“We are excited about the opportunities that the acquisition of the Houston market brings,” says Tom Richter, one of the new owners CEO of JAN-PRO Franchise Development of Utah. “Houston is one of the fastest growing cities in the US and we intend to capitalize on this commercial expansion. Together we have over 119 years of JAN-PRO experience and collectively comprise almost 10 percent t of JAN-PRO’s overall volume.”

Tom, and his six colleagues; Jim Palkovic, Richard Johnson, Sean Hassan, Frank Papasodero, Kevin Johnson, and Jay Waldron, are excited to combine their knowledge and expertise to drive momentum for the JAN-PRO Cleaning & Disinfecting brand in the Houston market. As one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, Houston has become a prime location for business ownership. Thanks to the affordable cost of living, diverse population, and a highly motivated group of entrepreneurs, the city curates a unique landscape where businesses thrive, and the JAN-PRO Cleaning & Disinfecting franchisees are ready to capitalize on this exciting opportunity.

“JAN-PRO Cleaning and Disinfecting is focused on making a positive impact in the lives of others through business ownership and by providing unmatched service to customers,” says Kevin Johnson, co-owner of Houston and president of JAN-PRO Franchise Development Twin Cities. “I couldn’t be more excited to be part of the new JAN-PRO Development of Houston ownership team and help execute on our mission to grow the brand in the greater Houston market.”