Gilbert, Arizona (PRWEB) March 13, 2013
Gilbert, AZ-CarePatrol Franchise Systems, a senior placement franchise is proud to announce that they have won the coveted “Franchise Satisfaction Award” for the third consecutive year in the Senior Care Franchise under 50 unit category. The “FBR50” is franchise satisfaction award that is given out by Franchise Business Review. Now, in its 8th year the “FBR50” is the only awards program to rank companies based solely on actual franchisee satisfaction.
CarePatrol is on a rapid growth pattern. For the past 6 months they have added more than 25 new franchisees to the system. Their 2013 growth pattern is more aggressive than previous years. On average they are opening one new franchise every 10 days.
CarePatrol CEO, Chuck Bongiovanni believes that it is important to maintain a healthy relationship with his franchisees.
Bongiovanni said, “This award exemplifies our unique positive communication and business relationships that we have with our franchisee partners as they work within our system.”
“Knowing that our franchise partners feel that they made the right investment and that it is paying off for them in multiple dividends means a lot to our whole corporate team,” he said.
CarePatrol helps families find senior housing for their elderly loved ones including: Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory an in-home care providers. Families utilize their services much like a Realtor who assists families to locate their next residential homes.
There is no fee to the family for looking for this advanced senior care. Franchisees also personally preview every senior care option’s state’s yearly care and violation report. Vetting these facilities ensures that clients and their families are only touring those assisted living options with the least past care and state compliance issues.
CarePatrol currently has 45 franchises from Washington to Connecticut with prime locations still available especially in California, Florida and Georgia to name a few. CarePatrol is an excellent alternative for those looking at Senior Care Franchises who do not want the hassle of hiring and supervising caregivers.
CarePatrol franchisees receive 50% to 100% of their client’s first month fees paid by the care providers after the family decides to move in one of franchisee’s recommended communities.
Bongiovanni claims, “There is no better feeling than to help people through a very tough decision in their lives and get paid while doing it.”
CarePatrol’s current franchise fee is $44,500.00, plus a monthly fixed royalty. Trainings are held monthly at the corporate training offices in the suburbs of Phoenix, Arizona.
For more information on CarePatrol, call (480) 626-2450 or visit their senior care franchise website for franchise opportunities at http://www.carepatrolfranchise.com.