FlyFoe is in the process of expanding their brand across the U.S. and would like to speak to entrepreneurs looking for seasonal business opportunities and secondary income, or existing business owners interested in operating a new type of business.
They are encouraging part-time workers, recent retirees who want to remain active and grow their nest eggs, and off-time employees, such as firefighters and EMTs, to consider their franchise system. Since FlyFoe locations only service their customers an average of 6-8 months of the year, the system is also a good fit for those who run or work at other seasonal businesses in the off-season.
"I love owning a FlyFoe. I was able to get my son involved and it has become a great secondary source of income for us. We also love the protection it provides for our community" says Steve Novick owner of FlyFoe South Shore Massachusetts.
With a FlyFoe Franchise you’ll work hard for the length of the mosquito and tick season, which will vary depending on your area’s climate. Then for the rest of the year, you’ll have downtime to work on growing the business, to focus on other business ventures, to relax, travel or do anything else that you enjoy.
Due to a rise in harmful diseases spread by ticks and mosquitoes, there’s an increasing demand for pest control service, which means it’s a great time to grow with the industry.
FlyFoe's franchise system is affordable, provides recurring revenue, and has low competitive risk. They assist with certifications, marketing, and technology so you can get your business off the ground quickly.
FlyFoe also provides plenty of support, including a team of experts to help you develop pesticide treatment plans, a sales team to call and sign prospects, and direct assistance from their Home Office staff in Boston.
Visit http://www.flyfoefranchise.com to find out more about opening your own FlyFoe location.