Local Entrepreneur Celebrates 10 Years of Bringing Creative Fun and Empowerment to Her Community

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Founded in November 2002, Crock A Doodle Inc. is Canada’s own pottery painting franchise – where people come together to create, laugh, share and grow.

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I’m ecstatic that the brand I’ve created is growing so fast, and allowing other women to find careers they can get excited about!

For local entrepreneur Annette Brennan, this November marks 10 years of operating a successful creative outlet in her community and developing a solid business model and support system for other female entrepreneurs across the country. The Founder and President of Crock A Doodle Inc. pottery painting studios, Brennan will appear on CHCH News Morning Live at 9:40am on November 1 to celebrate her success, which she is proud to share with her fellow franchise owners.

Brennan’s first pottery painting studio opened in Ontario in November 2002, and her brand has since grown to 10 franchise locations, with one reaching as far west as Alberta. Local Crock A Doodle studios can be found in West Hamilton/Dundas, Burlington, Oakville and Brantford, and the company projects an expansion to a total of 40 studios across Canada by 2015.

“I’m ecstatic that the brand I’ve created is growing so fast, and allowing other women to find careers they can get excited about,” says Brennan.

Walk into your local Crock A Doodle studio and you can choose one of any of the ready-to-paint pottery pieces, personalize it with your own creative flair, and then have it glazed, kiln-fired and ready to take home and enjoy. People love visiting Crock A Doodle as a fun and creative activity and a great way to spend quality time with loved ones and friends. Visitors create original pieces of art that can be used as functional household items, decorations or gifts. The studios also host birthday parties, community group events and other group activities for all ages.

In addition to building the Crock A Doodle brand, Brennan also promotes the franchising operation side of her business through her website http://imaginelovingwhatyoudo.com. An award winning member of the Canadian Franchise Association, Crock A Doodle offers franchise options for women seeking careers they can truly be passionate about – as operators of their very own Crock A Doodle pottery painting studios.

Committed to helping franchisees succeed, Brennan offers studio owners a strong support system, including a powerful Customer Resource Management tool, dynamic studio merchandising, an exciting and ever-changing product line, lively studio events and active community involvement.

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