Screenmobile Services One Millionth Customer
Screenmobile, one of the nation’s largest screen repair companies, continues to capitalize on the growing demand for residential screen repairs, having recently serviced its one millionth customer.
“We’ve been so busy, we didn’t even see this milestone coming. After realizing it, I sat back and was so proud of the company and our franchisees,” said CEO and co-founder Scott Walker.
“Screenmobile exists in the acquisition and retention of very satisfied and loyal customers, who return frequently to our products and services and recommend us to their family and friends. We are excited for the next million.”
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Brandon Wlasichuk and Jason Frazier are happy to open their own Screen Mobile franchise, especially after working for In-N-Out Burger where the two first met. Both have great things to say about the company but are thrilled to be in business for themselves. The two had this to say when asked why franchising??
“We never really thought of buying into a franchise before hearing of Screenmobile. We both have a couple of friends that own their own franchises in California and Arizona and we were able to see how well it worked for them. Also, the uniqueness that Screenmobile has to offer by being a mobile business with a shop and store attached to the back of our truck made it hard to pass up.”
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Mobile franchise owners, Brandon and Jason .
Trevor Walker started his screen business at 20 years old.The college dropout is doing so well, he can afford a house in Corona, a new truck and a vacation at the Colorado River. Eventually, he can expect annual revenues of between $150,000-$200,000. Trevor did not just gamble and put his money on any business. He invested his money in a ScreenMobile franchise, a franchise system that his family put in place over 30 years.
Our concept is simple, with some hard-work, a bit of capital, and a snazzy truck and trailor; Trevor gets to work outside and afford everything that a 20 year old could ever want.
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Screen Business Franchise Owner, Trevor Walker