Having our own business gives us the autonomy and flexibility to manage our resources and time.
Edgewood, N.M. (PRWEB) May 14, 2014
Steve Ruiz has worn many hats—facilities manager, quality control manager, general contractor, sales and marketing leader. He's done it all, but is especially excited about his new business, Hidden Treasure Hard Surface Restoration.
"Having our own business gives us the autonomy and flexibility to manage our resources and time," said Ruiz. "It gives us the opportunity to be personable and creative in how we serve our customers."
He enlisted the help of Guidant Financial to help fund his business in an innovative way through a retirement fund rollover. "They took what could be a complicated process and made it simple. We were able to give this process over to the experts so we could concentrate on our business."
Ruiz's business, Hidden Treasure Hard Surface Restoration, began serving customers in March and uses the best technology available to remove dirt, grime, grease and bacteria from all hard surfaces such as tile and grout, showers, concrete, countertops, patios and garage floors.
When he's not running the business, Ruiz leads missions to Haiti, enjoys watching movies with his family and coaches baseball for his four sons.
For a free, no-obligation demonstration from Hidden Treasure, call (844) 244-5900.
About Hidden Treasure Hard Surface Restoration, Inc.
Hidden Treasure Hard Surface Restoration is a fully licensed and insured company with the goal of providing their customers with astonishing service and the best investment in cleaning and restoring hard surfaces. There are no surprises or hidden charges. Visit hiddentreasurehsr.com to learn more.
About Guidant Financial
Guidant Financial helps people create the life they want through innovative small business financing. They are the premier provider of rollovers for business start-ups (ROBS). Guidant's services allow people from all walks of life the freedom to make time-sensitive investments using their retirement funds without taking a taxable distribution or getting a loan, in addition to offering traditional funding options such as SBA loans and unsecured credit. Visit Guidant on the Web at guidantfinancial.com.