Jim Sowle’s New Franchise Expands Fresh Coat Painters into Park Cities, Highland Park, University Park and NW Dallas
Fresh Coat Painters of Highland Park serves Park Cities, Highland Park, University Park and Northwest Dallas.
HIGHLAND PARK, Texas (PRWEB) September 21, 2020
After a career in business leadership, Jim Sowle is pleased to announce the launch of his new, local company – Fresh Coat Painters of Highland Park.
Fresh Coat Painters offers residential and commercial painting services including interior and exterior painting, sealing and staining; pressure washing; popcorn ceiling and wall paper removal; and drywall repair. Fresh Coat Painters of Highland Park has a 24/7 receptionist, online scheduling and free detailed quotes, and they only use high-quality materials. Fresh Coat Painters of Highland Park serves Park Cities, Highland Park, University Park and Northwest Dallas.
“Fresh Coat Painters has a proven system that is built around a focus on quality and customer service and I’m looking forward to bringing that to my community. We have skilled, background-checked painters, so we
Warren Pegram and his stepson, Charlston Austin, have opened an Ace Hardware franchise in their neighborhood in the city of South Fulton, Georgia. It is one of the first hardware stores in their community.
According to the City of South Fulton Observer, the new store is a great addition to the current retail lineup at the Old National Marketplace. Its opening came right on time as the city has been encouraging more small businesses to do business in the area.
The Ace Hardware franchise promises to particularly offer home improvement products that are most needed in the community. Pegram said that unlike other franchises, they will also sell party rental equipment such as commercial grade snow cone machines, inflatables, popcorn machines, and many more.
Austin, who used to work as a former retail account executive, is making sure to connect with the community to know the products they need
- Stacy Brown was a recently divorced mother of three when she came up with an idea for a business making chicken salad at home and selling it door to door.
- In an interview with Guy Raz’s “How I Built This” podcast, Brown told the emotional story of how close she came to losing everything, and how she put the company on a path to grow.
- The brand now has more than 170 locations in 17 states and made more than $153 million in sales last year, the company told Business Insider.
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Stacy Brown was a stay-at-home mother of three when the emotional and financial turmoil of a divorce pushed her to look for a way to provide for her kids.
As she explained in an interview with Guy Raz’s “How I Built This” podcast, she needed about $500 per month to support her