Always best care announces new owner of franklin, tennessee territory
– First-time Franchise Owner Now ProvidingAward-Winning Senior Care Services to Community –
ROSEVILLE, Calif. (Sept. 7, 2016) — Always Best Care ®Senior Services, one of the leading senior care franchise systems in the United States, today announced that its Franklin franchise in Tennessee has been awarded to Steve and Francie Logan. The Tennessee franchise provides senior care in the Greater Nashville West area and surrounding communities, including Franklin, Clarksville and Chapel Hill. The Logans’purchased the territory, which was previously owned and operated by Doug Kidd.
Always Best Care is one of the nation’s leading providers of non-medical in-home care, assisted living placement services and skilled home health care. The company delivers its services through an internationalnetwork of more than 200 independently owned and operated franchise territories throughout the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
“We are very pleased to welcome Steve and Francie Logan as our newest franchise owners,” said Jake Brown, President of Always Best Care. “Steve brings extensive business expertise to the Always Best Care family and a deep passion for helping seniors, veterans and their families. We welcome them aboard and have no doubt they will serve as exemplary ambassadors for Always Best Care.”
Steve has extensive experience as a business consultant and area director. In addition, he has previous business ownership experience which will allow him to transition into the position as owner of the Nashville West region. Francie is a doctor of audiology and works specifically with veterans and their families.
“Always Best Care is a leader in senior care and we are proud to be a part of the team,” said Steve.We are very excited to have the opportunity to help seniors and their families in our communityfor many years to come.”
By working with case managers, social workers, discharge planners, doctors, and families, Always Best Care franchise owners provide affordable, comprehensive solutions that can be specifically matched to meet a client’s particular physical or social needs. The hallmark services of the Always Best Care include non-medical in-home care and assisted living finder and referral services, with skilled home health care now being phased in throughout the country.
Always Best Care of Franklin is located at 428 Lewisberg Avenue. For more information on services available through Always Best Care, or for a free evaluation, please call 615-678-0293 or visit ABC-NashWest.com.
As part of its national expansion plans, Always Best Care is seeking franchisees with business sales and management experience to join its growing senior care franchise system. Franchisee candidates should have a minimum net worth of $200,000 and liquid assets of at least $100,000. Franchisees can expect the total investment to be approximately $63,725 – $114,400. The initial franchise fee is $44,900; however, reduced franchsise fees apply for honorably discharged veterans.
About Always Best Care
Founded in 1996, Always Best Care Senior Services is based on the belief that having the right people for the right level of care means peace of mind for the client and family. Always Best Care assists seniors with a wide range of illnesses and personal needs, and currently provides thousands of hours of care every year. Franchise opportunities are available to individuals interested in leveraging the company’s clear strategy and proven track record for delivering affordable, dependable service to seniors in their local areas.
Always Best Care also offers an exclusive program called Always in Touch, a telephone reassurance program that provides a daily phone call to seniors and disabled adults who are living alone and have limited contact with the outside world. Always in Touch is the only absolutely free national telephone reassurance program of its kind anywhere in the USA and Canada. For more information on Always in Touch, or to request an application, visit www.Always-in-Touch.com.
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