Award-winning Babysitting Referral Service to be Featured on CNN

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SeekingSitters will be showcased on segment called "How We Got Started" -- Segment airs three times on CNN News and Headline News

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Safety, Reliability and Convenience have been a priority for our company since we got started and we are excited about the opportunity to bring our service nationwide. It is great to know that we are helping families across the US as well as providing a great business opportunity for other entrepreneur minded moms and dads.

SeekingSitters Franchise Systems, Inc., a national on-demand babysitting referral service, will soon receive national attention from CNN as they are scheduled to be featured on a special segment called "How We Got Started". The segment runs August 15th and 16th on CNN and Headline News - and showcases innovative businesses that have taken an idea and achieved success on a national level.

CNN     
Saturday 8/15 - 7:00 a.m. - 7:30 a.m.

Headline News
Saturday 8/15 - 1:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Sunday 8/16 - 10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Co-Founder Adrienne Kallweit says SeekingSitters is thrilled to be recognized by CNN. "Safety, Reliability and Convenience have been a priority for our company since we got started and we are excited about the opportunity to bring our service nationwide. It is great to know that we are helping families across the US as well as providing a great business opportunity for other entrepreneur minded moms and dads."

SeekingSitters is a full service babysitting referral service that does all of the work for families: they find, interview and pre-screen the sitters and then their in-house private investigators perform a hands-on intense background screening on each sitter.
SeekingSitters began in 2005 in Tulsa, Oklahoma when parents Adrienne and David Kallweit discovered a need for safe, reliable, convenient babysitting.

Adrienne was a young mom running her own private investigation firm when she discovered the need for safe, reliable child care. While looking to hire her son's preschool teacher for private use, she ran her background check and discovered a many charges that weighed on the individual's character. She pulled her son from the school and started screening sitters for her family. Soon after that, she and David started SeekingSitters in Tulsa with the goal of going nationwide.

They formed SeekingSitters Franchise Systems, Inc. in 2006 and started franchising their concept to other areas and as of August 1st they have 29 locations in 10 states -
Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Colorado, California, Washington, Missouri, Idaho, Georgia, Indiana - with three more locations set to open next month. All franchise owners are also parents of young children who personally understand the need for reliable and safe child care. SeekingSitters Franchise System has been experiencing fast growth nationwide as well as providing a business opportunity for business minded moms and dads.

SeekingSitters has also been featured on "The Big Idea" with Donny Deutsch, http://www.foxnews.com and Entrepreneur Magazine. They have appeared on news stations throughout the country including Dallas, Denver, Seattle, Los Angeles, St. Louis and San Diego.

Adrienne Kallweit is a mom of three and a licensed private investigator and a great source for information on child care, parenting and background checks. For more information or to schedule an interview, call Diane White at 918-906-6664 or diane(at)seekingsitters.com

You can find out more about SeekingSitters by clicking here. https://www.seekingsitters.com/mediakit.pdf

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