Dereck Davis is turning his focus toward owning a franchise, bringing the fast-growing PatchMaster drywall repair concept to Baltimore County and the surrounding area. This specialty home services concept is sweeping the nation and Davis will be the first PatchMaster franchise in Maryland.
Christian Clavadetscher spent twenty years as a commodities broker and corporate investment bank relationship manager who in recent years transitioned to franchise sales. Now, he is turning his focus toward owning a franchise, bringing the fast-growing PatchMaster drywall repair concept to the Wilmington and Cape Fear region of North Carolina.
Jeff Wilkinson, who spent the last decade in procurement and acquisitions for major companies like Chevron, is repurposing his managerial skills in a different industry. Now, he is turning his focus towards franchising by opening his very own drywall business.
Justin Calvin is following his entrepreneurial dreams by opening a business in Houston, bringing the fast-growing PatchMaster franchise to the inner loop of the city and surrounding areas.
Chad Imme and his fiancé Wendy Kurkowski are opening a specialty drywall repair business PatchMaster, a fast-growing concept sweeping the nation. This is the first PatchMaster location in Wisconsin.
Derek Wilson worked in community outreach as a library director, developing programs for families and individuals in need of all ages, and developed partnerships with community stakeholders. Now, the native Atlantan is shifting his focus to aiding others in a different way: an exciting and tangible way to help homeowners and commercial real estate operators in the community.
Joseph Gilliam is a sales and marketing professional who spent the better part of two decades cultivating his skills in Northeastern Ohio. Now, he is investing in something different for him, something exciting and tangible to help homeowners and commercial real estate operators in the community.
Mick Dubuis is an experienced healthcare executive who has spent years in healthcare operations, supply chain, and project management. He’s spent the greater part of the last decade learning the ins and outs of entrepreneurship as a small business owner and consultant. Now, he is investing in something different for him, something exciting and tangible to help homeowners and commercial real estate operators in the community.
The PatchMaster System was named one of the Top 100 Franchises you can start for less than $50,000. Buying a franchise doesn’t have to break the bank. If you’re looking to start a business on a budget, consider PatchMaster.