Always Best Senior Care is waiving their initial franchise fee of $44,900 plus royalties, marketing fees and staffing fees for six months in a contest offered for qualified US Military Veterans.
(Winners will be responsible for other costs of setting up and operating their Always Best Care business.)
The program launched September 3 and is now in full swing. According to Michael Newman, founder and CEO of California-based Always Best Care Senior Care "The initial response has been really gratifying," he said. "We see Veterans embracing the concept of a free franchisee across the country as they seek opportunities to establish themselves in a new career."
In the contest, Veterans are asked to create and post a three-minute video, and complete an online entry form.
The Always Best Senior Care Contest
Finalists will then be selected for personal interviews with a panel of judges comprised of Always Best Care executives. The videos will be judged on the basis of creativity, a compelling personal story that outlines why the veteran believes they should be a winner and become and Always Best Care business owner, the ability to apply former experience to the concept of business ownership, and personal attributes, including compassion for seniors and a driving desire to succeed.