Office Pride Honored By Franchise Dictionary
Office Pride Commercial Cleaning Services has been ranked among the Top 100 Game Changers by Franchise Dictionary Magazine for the third straight year.
The third annual Game Changer list, which is part of the December issue of Franchise Dictionary Magazine, praises Office Pride’s proven business system and FasTrack to Profit program, which helps new franchise business owners achieve profitability more quickly.
Todd Hopkins, founder and CEO of Office Pride, said the brand was pleased to be included on the Top 100 Game Changers list once again.
“We have always known that our exceptional training and business launch programs were game changers, and we are proud to be recognized for helping franchisees start and scale their businesses successfully," he said.
Franchises on the Game Changers list were evaluated on criteria such as how they are impacting veterans, making an impact, serving their communities, creating an opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs, filling a niche and being a top choice of millennials.
“Franchise ownership allows people to follow their dreams of being their own boss and taking control of their futures,” said Alesia Visconti, CEO and publisher of Franchise Dictionary Magazine. “A brand that earns the Top 100 Game Changers designation raises the bar and clearly sets itself apart.”
Office Pride is a national franchise system that is consistently ranked among the nation’s top franchises by multiple organizations. One of Franchise Business Review’s Top 200 franchises to buy, Office Pride is a member of Franchise Business Review’s Hall of Fame for earning exceptionally high franchisee satisfaction ratings for more than 10 years. The brand is ranked No. 358 on Entrepreneur’s 2020 Franchise 500 list. Office Pride also is included on both Entrepreneur’s Top Franchises for Veterans and Franchise Business Review’s Top Franchises for Veterans lists.
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