Office Pride Franchise Under New Ownership
Office Pride Commercial Cleaning Services of Lexington-Georgetown, an independently owned and operated commercial cleaning franchise in Kentucky, has been purchased by Office Pride multi-unit owner Matt Mays and veteran retail businessman Mark Key.
Office Pride of Lexington-Georgetown provides a full range of routine janitorial services to offices, medical facilities, schools, churches, banks and other commercial properties in Lexington, Georgetown and Frankfort, and throughout Fayette, Scott, Bourbon, Clark, Madison, Jessamine and Woodford counties. The franchise offers specialty services such as carpet cleaning, floor stripping and waxing, window cleaning, post-construction cleanup and electrostatic disinfection services. Electrostatic sprayers disinfect common areas, personal spaces and hard-to-reach corners and crevices and are vital to reduce the risk of COVID-19, flu and other respiratory illnesses.
Mays, who began his professional career in the accounting and finance industry, has owned Office Pride of Louisville-Jeffersontown since 2018 and is launching Office Pride of Elizabethtown-Radcliff this fall. He will oversee systems and marketing at the Lexington-Georgetown franchise location.
Key has worked in almost every discipline within the retail sector, from sales and operations to marketing and facilities management. He has worked with convenience stores, big box drug stores and in the consumer goods space. He also has been a real estate investor for many years.
“I'm excited to combine my skills and experiences with a proven business partner in Matt Mays in a simple, dynamic business that has significant rewards for the employees, the customers and the community,” Key said.
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