The PatchMaster franchise system is an in-demand franchise with a quick ramp-up period. Having no drywall experience encourages military veterans and first-responders to join its franchise, offering a 50 percent first-year royalty reduction to qualified applicants.
The transition from military life into civilian life and a new work environment can be a challenge for many veterans. Reinventing oneself after serving in the military can bring opportunities, but also frustrations when trying to find the right employment path to success.
After serving in the army as a human intelligence collection team leader and later as a private attorney, Aaron Sandvig realized he wanted to serve his Minnesota community directly and made the decision to apply his experience in customer relationship management and problem-solving by becoming a PatchMaster franchise owner in Central Minnesota.
Military Veterans Open a Second PatchMaster Specialty Drywall Repair Franchise Location in North Carolina
Disabled veteran Tim Forrest’s goal is to recruit fellow veterans as employees, then empower them to be business leaders in the community and beyond. Raleigh,
Collecting sister brands in related industries under one umbrella is the rage in franchising these days. But PatchMaster, the drywall repair franchise that just crossed 100 units, found its growth accelerated after selling sister brand HouseMaster in July 2020, says CEO Paul Ferrara.
Tanieka Gentles, a licensed health therapist who runs her own business in the Central Massachusetts area, is going to be expanding her career path with an additional business. Now, Gentles and her husband, Richard Robinson, are shifting gears to bring a fast-growing drywall repair franchise to their region: PatchMaster Serving Worcester.
Jack Keller spent 18 years operating a small family business. Now, Keller is taking on a new venture: He’s bringing the fast-growing PatchMaster drywall repair concept to the East Memphis area in Tennessee and Mississippi.