Ultragloss Announces Their First Franchise Conversion

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Ultragloss announced its first subcontractor to sign on as a franchise of Ultragloss America Inc. on Thursday.

First Conversion

Joe

I make a great income and I have my son work with me. He’s studying computer science in college and it is a good way for him to earn some money and I get to spend time with him.

Steve Marble, founder of Ultragloss, announced Thursday afternoon his first franchise conversion. Subcontractor, Joe Fuhrer, signed the agreement which allowed him to become an Ultragloss America Inc. franchise. Fuhrer has been with the company since 2003 and seized the opportunity presented to him in 2011. As a subcontractor, Fuhrer owned his truck and tools, but not his own independent company. Thursday, September 22, 2011, that all changed when he converted to a franchise.

As an Ultragloss America Inc. franchise, Fuhrer has more rights in his own independent business. He now puts more money in his pocket and all of his existing territories are protected per the franchise agreement while having something to sell in the future. “I couldn’t have come this far if it weren’t for the hard work and dedication of my subcontractors. With this said, I’m currently offering them a chance to convert their subcontractor agreement into a franchise agreement. While they do inherit more responsibility, they have also acquired an asset and an increase in their revenue through a proven system,” Marble explains.

Fuhrer wasn’t always working with cars. Before he started for Ultragloss, he owned a trucking company that hauled steel, coal, and scrap. This industry wore on him and was referred by a friend to Ultragloss and the rest is history. “I like Ultragloss because it is flexible and it gives me the freedom to do what I want. I make a great income and I have my son work with me. He’s studying computer science in college and it is a good way for him to earn some money and I get to spend time with him,” Fuhrer explains.

The majority of Ultragloss contractors came from different industries before becoming an Automotive Appearance Specialist. Some were graphic artists, construction workers and even meat cutters. Marble saw the will to work in these individuals and with his proven system he taught them to become entrepreneurs. “It is relatively easy to transfer skills from previous professions into this line of work because of the proven Ultragloss system. There is an art to automotive appearance and business management,” says Marble.

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