Floyd Khemai Opens Hardwood Flooring Franchise

Floyd Khemai Opens Hardwood Flooring Franchise

hardwood flooring franchise owner Floyd Khemai

For those of you who think owning a hardwood flooring franchise requires years of experience in construction or carpentry, allow us to introduce you to Footprints Floors’ new Franchise Owner, Floyd Khemai. “I actually worked for Verizon for pretty much my whole career,” says Khemai, a New York native who recently moved to Orlando, “I started as a technician and then went into management.”

Floyd, who describes his career in the operations arena as a mixture of “the heavy stuff as well as the individual customer stuff,” credits his time at Verizon with providing him diverse opportunities to work in virtually every aspect of the organization, including staff support, field management, and even the construction side of the business.

After a 23-year career with Verizon, Floyd decided to switch gears and move with his family to a different part of the country, after receiving a welcome and unique opportunity from his former employer. “Verizon offered a buyout at the end of 2018 to all management employees-  I took it, and so did my wife, who also worked for the company,” he explains.

Having lived his whole life in New York, Floyd and his wife decided to relocate to the sun-soaked city of Orlando– a city they’d always wanted to live in- with their young children, ages 8 and 3.

Despite receiving the buyout from Verizon, retirement wasn’t anywhere near Floyd’s radar just yet. “It wasn’t about retirement,” he says, “it was about changing careers.” One of the most important items on Floyd’s wish list for a new career was a more flexible work schedule that allowed him the freedom to spend time enjoying life. “I love spending time with the family,” Khemai says. “I love to golf- it’s one of the reasons I came down to Florida!”

Wishing to embark on a career that gave him more time for leisure and enjoyment of his new life in Orlando, Floyd began looking into opportunities that allowed him to invest in himself as a business owner. A fellow former Verizon employee whom Floyd had known since high school mentioned that she had been looking at franchise opportunities, making him curious about whether franchising might be right for him as well. With the help of a broker, Khemai began looking into potential franchise investments to find one that fit in with his many years of on-the-job experience.

To Floyd’s surprise, his best match for a franchise opportunity had nothing to do with telecommunications- in fact, it was a hardwood flooring franchise! He was pleased to see that all the expertise he had gained in management and leadership roles with Verizon would come in handy as the owner of a Footprints Floors franchise. He also saw the simple, home-based business model as a huge plus! “Not having to have a storefront or carry inventory- that was huge!” he says.

One of the main factors that mattered a great deal to Floyd was the hardwood flooring franchise’s low overhead investment and industry-leading unit economics. He says, “I’m using my retirement savings to fund this business, and I didn’t want to dip too deep into that. It’s an amount I’m comfortable with. Also, the potential earnings look good- everywhere you go, there are new developments popping up all over the place.” Seeing how quickly he could potentially make a return on his initial investment helped Floyd decide to move forward with Footprints Floors.

By the time Floyd was ready to meet our Founder Bryan Park and the rest of the Support team at our Corporate headquarters in Colorado for Discovery Day, he was already impressed with what he’d seen so far about our hardwood flooring franchise. As he explains, it wasn’t so much about what Footprints Floors was doing, but how they were doing it differently from other flooring installation companies- particularly when it came to how we treat our customers.  “I come from the customer service industry where communication is key- not only clear communication but timely communication,” says Khemai. “I’ve seen where communication can make or break a deal. You always try to deliver the best work you can, but if a customer is not being informed and you’re not managing expectations, it can be very difficult.”

Floyd feels that the constant communication and dedication to service that Footprints Floors Franchise Owners provide for their customers is the key element in our successful hardwood flooring franchise model. “That people-first approach- you’re setting an expectation with a customer, keeping them informed every step of the way.”

Floyd’s Orlando territory will officially be up and running next week and is scheduled to begin scheduling estimates for customers on Monday, May 18. Thanks to the new virtual estimates we’ve made available to customers, Floyd and other Footprints Floors Franchise Owners haven’t had to miss a beat during this tumultuous time and continue to book new flooring installation and restoration jobs, which are conducted safely and in adherence to social-distancing guidelines outlined by the CDC.

By investing in our recession-resilient hardwood flooring franchise opportunity, Floyd has set himself and his family up for potential financial success- not to mention the tremendous emotional rewards that come with schedule flexibility and a healthy work-life balance. We’re proud to welcome him to the Footprints Floors family!

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Dean Sandler is Starting a Flooring Business!

Dean Sandler is Starting a Flooring Business!

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Flooring Business Owner Dean Sandler

For new Franchise Owner Dean Sandler, starting a flooring business with Footprints Floors is just one of the many changes that he’s planning to make within the next several months as he embarks on a new chapter of life in Asheville, North Carolina. Currently residing in New York City, where he’s enjoyed a career as a presentation consultant for a number of high-profile companies across multiple industries, Dean has spent the last 20 years helping major corporations add some professional polish to their presentations to clients, staff members, and prospects.  “I was a pioneer in the presentation consulting industry, and worked for some Fortune 100 companies ranging from advertising to pharmaceuticals to financial services,” he explains.  

Over the course of his two-decade career, Dean helped major corporations create a user-friendly, branded firmwide presentation template that everybody could use, as well as on-brand, professional-looking PowerPoint decks for future presentation needs. Due to the necessity of having to remain in close proximity to these large organizations, Sandler stayed rooted in New York. As he puts it, “I’m working with the Board of Directors, C-suite executives, major groups in companies directly to optimize important presentations. I’m trying to sell multi-billion dollar concepts or services. You kind of have to be in a big city for that.”

In addition to his presentation consulting career, Dean took a detour into building management, something that first got him interested in home improvement, remodeling, and other renovation-related industries. “I fell into managing the 89-unit condominium building I  bought into, and brought a level of professionalism that was seriously lacking,” he tells us. 

After achieving success as both a presentation consultant and a building manager, Dean was ready to fulfill some long-anticipated personal goals, including a move from New York to Asheville, North Carolina. “I’m focusing on enjoying myself,” he explains. “I wanted to move to Asheville after 35 years. I wanted a couple of dogs. I’ve ordered a French spaniel puppy and a pickup truck. I want to discover a part of myself that I can’t here in New York.”

As Dean became more invested in his move to Asheville, he began looking at possible business ventures that he could undertake in his next chapter of life. “I didn’t want to do consulting so I was looking for an opportunity in the restaurant/bar industry,” he says. He found just what he was looking for in a startup restaurant, Singletree Heritage Kitchen, in the neighboring town of Waynesville. “It’s a chef-driven upscale casual restaurant with a regional focus,” Sandler says, adding, “It’s run by a former junior partner of a restaurant called Corner Kitchen in Asheville- Obama ate there!”

Dean realized, however, that as an investor in the restaurant, he’d still need a source of income. That’s when the Footprints Floors opportunity presented itself. When a franchise consultant reached out with six potential opportunities, including Footprints Floors, Dean began to see how starting a flooring business could fit into the life in Asheville that he had envisioned. “I felt like it had good parameters, that it was doable by one person and that it was flexible. I love the fact that they handle lead generation through their call center. It brings a professional level.”

Sandler had also seen the unmet need for professional flooring services in Asheville and knew what kind of potential starting a flooring business could hold, thanks to his own personal experiences with getting the restaurant off the ground. “I knew Asheville needed more professional contractors because my restaurant construction has been delayed for so long,” he says. “Well-off people are moving there for retirement like I am, and there’s just a huge need for residential and commercial construction.”

Dean pursued the opportunity and began his Education Process, culminating in his Discovery Day at Footprints Floors HQ in Colorado. He found a kindred spirit in Founder Bryan Park, and describes him as “committed and involved and open, transparent.” He also found some common ground with Bryan thanks to their similar good taste in trucks. “His fleet truck is a Ford Ranger, and that’s the kind I’m getting!” he says. Most of all, Dean was eager to invest in a successful company that already has an excellent business model and world-class corporate support. He says, “I’m not reinventing the wheel like I would have had to do if I had started my own company.”

Though Dean signed his franchise agreement back in February, he has elected to begin his Footprints Floors training in August so he can take this time to get better acquainted with his new Asheville surroundings. “My territory is HUGE so I’m looking at introducing myself to all the different neighborhoods and looking at all the different styles of houses,” he explains. “I’ll be renting for the first year in a very popular area- it’s like the Brooklyn of Asheville- very alternative, lots of restaurants.” 

Once he’s up and running this fall, however, what’s the thing he’s looking forward to most? “Making money!” he laughs.

Dean had a dream to leave the corporate life behind and embark on a new adventure miles away from the big city. Starting a flooring business with Footprints Floors is an ideal fit for his new lifestyle, not to mention a major asset to his growing community. We’re proud to welcome Dean to the Footprints Floors family!

Are you thinking about a similar career change that can increase your level of freedom and schedule flexibility? Does starting a flooring business in your hometown sound like a smart investment in your future? We’re currently franchising in territories across the United States, and they’re selling out fast! Now’s a good time to take stock of your future and think about where you want to see yourself in the next few years. If being your own boss in a recession-resistant industry sounds pretty good, let’s talk! Please visit our franchise website to learn more.

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Adnan Alhaider Brings Flooring Installation Franchise to Motown!

Adnan Alhaider Brings Flooring Installation Franchise to Motown!

We’re bringing our flooring installation franchise to the Motor City, and it’s all thanks to Adnan Alhaider! Adnan is on track to open two Detroit-area Footprints Floors locations soon, and we couldn’t be more excited! We were able to chat with Adnan and learn a little more about his background, goals, and what led him to choose a franchise opportunity in the recession-resistant Home Improvement industry.

Adnan comes to us from the corporate world, fresh from an 8-year career at an engineering firm where he worked his way up to a business management position. However, he never forgot his fond memories of owning his own business years before joining the corporate workforce. “Fresh out of college I started my own company that lasted for 2 years, and then I was getting married and decided to find more stable employment,” he says, referring to the import/export wholesale kitchenware distribution company he founded. “But I’ve always had that entrepreneurial spirit and have been entertaining ideas of owning a business.” 

Wishing to minimize the substantial risk that comes with starting a business from scratch, Adnan first looked into turnkey business opportunities available for purchase in his community. During an online search, he happened to see an ad for Footprints Floors! Though he had never considered owning a flooring installation franchise, the ad intrigued him enough to fill out a confidential questionnaire. “(Footprints Floors Franchise Development Director) Mike Edwards called less than an hour later,” Alhaider recalls, adding, “ It was kind of an accident that I found out about them!”

Discovering our flooring installation franchise opportunity may have been a happy accident, but Adnan knew a good thing when he saw one- he was fascinated by our outstanding economics and simple, home-based business model and enjoyed the potential for security that owning a business in a recession-proof industry like Home Improvement can offer. “The business model makes the overhead much lower,” he explains. “There’s no monthly rent, no employees that are just there because you’re open, whether you have work to do or not. The whole corporate support system- a call center, appointment schedulers- the percentage the franchise is charging is never going to be more than what it would be to have to hire a secretary and pay for an office.” 

The low initial investment attracted Alhaider initially, but it was the warm, family-oriented business culture that held his interest and made him seriously consider the possibility of investing in a flooring installation franchise. “For nearly the past eight years, I was with an incorporated, family-owned business,” he tells us, recalling, “It had that family atmosphere to it. That’s one thing I kind of noticed right off the bat with Footprints Floors, as I learned more about them and then when I actually got to meet the team in Colorado- they have that sort of culture too! That drew me to them and made my decision easier.”

Seeing the Footprints Floors team as one big happy flooring installation franchise family especially hit home for Alhaider upon meeting our Founder, Bryan Park. “I’ve done my fair share of looking into companies and franchises- I don’t think I can say I’ve found any company where the owner is willing to give up so much of his own time to work with Franchise Owners,” says Adnan. He also received a warm first impression from the rest of the corporate staff and was impressed by the level of support he can look forward to as a Franchise Owner. “Anything you need, someone’s going to give you an answer,” he says. “You don’t have to figure it out all on your own.”

Many years ago, Adnan pursued his dream of entrepreneurship by starting a company from scratch. This time around, he doesn’t have to go it alone- he has the full support of our Footprints Floors corporate team backing him and helping him build a successful flooring business. He’s looking forward to being part of our Footprints Floors network, and we’re excited to have him in the family!

If you, like Adnan, want to take control of your financial future by investing in yourself and opening your own business, a Footprints Floors franchise may be just right for you! We’re gaining serious ground in territories across the United States, and are awarding franchises to people we feel make a great fit for our tight-knit family of Franchise Owners. Investing in the Footprints Floors opportunity means getting to own a company in a recession-resistant industry that will always be necessary for as long as people need floors in their homes! Visit our franchise website to learn more.

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Flooring Franchise Welcomes Daniel Wilkinson

Flooring Franchise Welcomes Daniel Wilkinson

We’re excited to introduce Daniel Wilkinson, one of the newest members of the Footprints Floors family, to our flooring franchise! Daniel was awarded his Cypress, Texas territory back in January, and is on track to begin scheduling jobs soon. We are thrilled to have Daniel on board and look forward to the contributions he’ll make to Footprints Floors by starting a flooring business in Cypress.

Daniel comes to us with a strong professional background in sales and operations management- two fields where organization, attention to detail, and interacting well with people are absolutely necessary. “ I’ve been very fortunate to be in one position and make friends and contacts,” he says about being at ease when networking with others, adding, “Good relationships are key.” However, Wilkinson notes, working for a corporation can be a very different experience from networking with prospects as a business owner. “I appreciate and enjoy what I did, but especially on a sales front it was always limiting to work for someone else- the sky only gets so high,” he explains.

While Daniel enjoyed his 12-year career in sales balanced with 10 years of operations management experience, he has always been an entrepreneur at heart and looks forward to bringing his genuine love of talking with people to his new role as a flooring Franchise Owner.  “I always wanted to go into business for myself,” Wilkinson shares, adding, “I was in the process of going into a cigar business with a friend, but then he brought his brother into the business instead.” 

Though a cigar business would have been a fun and fulfilling way to satisfy the entrepreneurial itch, Daniel was intrigued by the simple operational model and family-oriented culture of Footprints Floors when he first came upon the opportunity. “Footprints Floors made a lot of sense to me,” he says. “I liked the conversations, the success of other Franchise Owners, their work ethic, the culture…all of it!”

Daniel’s discovery of Footprints Floors didn’t come from a search for flooring franchise opportunities, though: he was approached by a franchise consultant with Business Alliance, Inc. on LinkedIn while searching for new operations management opportunities following an unexpected layoff at his last position. “They lost a major client,” Wilkinson explains. “Over Labor Day weekend, the client got bought out by someone else and their contracts got X’d out. Lots of layoffs. [The consultant] reached out and I realized I should be thinking about investing in a company rather than just getting another job.” Daniel’s Franchise Education Process began in October 2019, and by the end of January, he was signing his franchise agreement for a Footprints Floors territory in Cypress.

Over the course of Daniel’s Education Process, he was able to take an in-depth look at our flooring franchise model and speak with our Founder, Bryan Park, during his Discovery Day in Colorado. “Speaking to Bryan, he seems very down-to-earth, humble guy, seems nice and helpful- wants to help,” Wilkinson says. “When I went up there to visit them, I was like, “Yup, this works for me.”

Along with the appealing family-oriented culture of Footprints Floors, one of the biggest selling points for Daniel was the amount of support he could depend on from our Corporate Team. He was excited by the prospect of a franchise that would give him everything he would need to succeed in his business. He was especially drawn to the call center that handles appointment scheduling, customer service, and more. “The bread and butter for me is the telecommunications department,” he says.

Daniel, who got married this past May, lives in Cypress with his wife and three children- a 14-year-old son and two daughters, ages 11 and 6. In the spirit of our family-focused business, Daniel plans on turning his flooring franchise into a family business, enlisting his father’s expertise for help with possible expansion to a second franchise territory in the coming years. “My hope is to bring my parents into it at some juncture,” he says. “My parents are going part in with me on the investment, but it’s only a year or two before my dad’s going to retire. Before sales, he was in construction, so he knows how to work with crews. My hope is to have him run another territory in one or two years.”  Wilkinson also hopes to include his mother in his Footprints Floors business for assistance with bookkeeping. “Mom was an accountant- I hope she can work the books,” he says.

As Daniel moves through our training process and gets closer to scheduling the first jobs for his Cypress territory, he is confident that his considerable sales prowess will help him achieve success in the home improvement industry. “My primary job is staying organized, building customer relationships, and making that sale,” he explains. “If you’ve been in sales before, you’ve heard time and time again, sales is sales. It’s convincing people to choose your product over another.” Daniel’s belief in the Footprints Floors business model will help him connect with customers who are seeking quality flooring services with excellent customer service.

Along with realizing his dream of owning a business, what is Daniel looking forward to most about being a Franchise Owner? “Without sounding too materialistic, the money!” He explains, “I do it for the money, but I also work best when I’m not managed. With me running the ship, I feel confident with the resources that Bryan and Footprints Floors will provide.”

Welcome, Daniel- we are excited to see you succeed with your Cypress, Texas territory!

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Joshua Post Brings Flooring Franchise to Ogden, Utah

Joshua Post Brings Flooring Franchise to Ogden, Utah

Joshua Post wasn’t necessarily looking for flooring franchise opportunities when he first discovered Footprints Floors. In fact, he tells us, he was actually just on the hunt for a new job. “It was truly by accident!” he admits. “I was interviewing for a job at another franchise, and my girlfriend said, ‘You realize it’s a franchise- why don’t you just own it?’” Inspired by his girlfriend Lindsay’s advice, Joshua decided to do just that. 

After researching a number of franchise opportunities available in his Ogden, UT territory, Joshua kept coming back to one: Footprints Floors. “I started doing a lot of research and Footprints Floors was the one that really stood out,” he says. “Just the business model and the industry- it all just kind of popped out to me. So I started investigating from there.” 

As Joshua learned more about the flooring installation franchise opportunity at Footprints Floors, he became more convinced that he had found the right fit in terms of both economics and industry. “ The entry-level prices were realistic with where my budgets were,” he explains. “The industry was really attractive to me- home improvement is really taking off right now!” He also was impressed with the recession-resistant aspects of the Footprints Floors model, and how people still view flooring as necessary service even in times of economic downturn. “The way the franchise is set up, even in bad economies, there’s still work that can be done,” he notes. “You need floors! And houses are still sold. You might be refinishing instead of replacing. So there’s lots of different directions to go in that.”

After taking a deep-dive into the Footprints Floors model, Joshua’s Education Process culminated in his Discovery Day at corporate headquarters in Colorado, where he got to meet Founder Bryan Park and other members of the executive support team. “The first thing about Bryan that I was really surprised about was how down-to-earth the guy is,” recalls Josh about his first impressions. “I was really impressed with that. I really appreciated what I learned with (Franchise Development Director) Mike (Edwards), I appreciated all the research. But when I sat down with Bryan to have breakfast, I was able to drive it around to a one-on-one conversation with him, and it was really that one-on-one time that sealed the deal.”

In addition to his connection to Bryan and how the company culture and philosophy of Footprints Floors resonated with him, Joshua also found himself enjoying the idea of being backed by a full corporate support team, as opposed to having to manage the day-to-day hassles and headaches faced by independent business owners in the home improvement space. “I love the systems in place,” he says, noting, “I’m a corporate guy but don’t have a corporate mentality so I love the support but also love being able to make it my own.”

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Joshua also realized the significance of investing in the Footprints Floors opportunity relatively early on in the game. “I’m only the 20th Franchise Owner at Footprints Floors so far,” he tells us. “I liked being able to get in at the level I got in at.”

As someone with an extensive, 26-year background in the independent senior living industry, Joshua has gained a great deal of experience in a variety of fields, from property management to landscaping and construction to even housekeeping and janitorial work. This jack-of-all-trades type of expertise is something he feels will serve him well as he embarks on his new career with Footprints Floors. “I have a lot of experience as far as the maintenance side of flooring, so it’s kind of a natural fit,” he says. Though his role as a Footprints Floors Franchise Owner will handle the business side of operations rather than the labor aspects of the jobs that his flooring franchise books, he feels that his background in construction, remodeling, and other roles in the home improvement industry will serve him well in his new business. “I’ve got family in construction, so it was just kind of a good direction to go in, he says. “I’m not the one doing the construction, I’m the one finding the subcontractors.” 

Joshua says that one of the best things about starting a flooring installation business with Footprints Floors has been the extremely quick ramp-up time. After signing his franchise agreement on January 2, he was looking forward to the very real possibility of being up and running in his Ogden, Utah territory within 6 weeks! “Some of it, I was just lucky,” he says, adding, “I was able to get into a training class right away. Things have been working in my favor!” 

Joshua lives in Ogden with his girlfriend, novelist and corporate communications specialist Lindsay Woolman, as well as two dogs and a cat. (“That’s our noisy family!” he remarks.) In his spare time, he enjoys making music as a singer/songwriter and guitarist, as well as embarking on outdoor adventures like fly fishing in small creeks and streams.  We are proud to welcome him to the Footprints Floors family and wish him all the best in his new flooring franchise business!

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Home Improvement Franchise Welcomes Tony Yang

Home Improvement Franchise Welcomes Tony Yang

The Grand Canyon State is about to get a whole new home improvement franchise, thanks to Tony Yang! Tony, who has an extensive background in business ownership, will be opening the first of four Phoenix-area Footprints Floors franchise locations in the near future. We’re excited to bring our flooring franchise to Arizona, and we think having Tony at the helm as Franchise Owner will be a great fit!

As the owner of two popular locations of Osaka Japanese Steakhouse, a modern Japanese restaurant featuring teppanyaki, sushi, and seafood, Tony is a veteran when it comes to owning and operating a business. A graduate of the University of Tennessee with a degree in engineering, Yang fell into the restaurant business after a couple of years looking for a position in his field post-graduation. “My friends got me into it,” he recalls.

For over seven years, Tony has been at the helm of operations, overseeing every aspect of his two restaurants and helping them grow to achieve major success. However, he looks forward to gaining more freedom and schedule flexibility as the owner of a home improvement franchise. “The profit is good, but you have to spend a lot of time with daily operations,” he says about the restaurant industry. 

A self-described people person, Tony has always enjoyed meeting new people and chatting with patrons of his restaurants. He feels that Footprints Floors is the perfect opportunity to keep enjoying interactions with customers, and says that it was the focus that our home improvement franchise places on its customers that drew him to the opportunity. “It’s a different business model, but the concept is the same- about the people,” Yang explains. “In the restaurant business, every day you meet different people and get to talk to them. You’ll be surprised at how many different stories you hear!”

Tony first began exploring franchise opportunities after talking with his financial advisor about growing his portfolio. Though he wasn’t necessarily looking for a home improvement franchise, the Footprints Floors opportunity stood out to him because of its commitment to customer service and satisfaction. “We were looking at different franchise opportunities like Jamba and other types of businesses,” Yang recalls. “I picked Footprints Floors because of the culture. They are 100% in the people business. It’s not like saying, ‘I’m just going to sell you something.’ They create a relationship between you and the customers.”

Once Tony had a chance to take a closer look at the Footprints Floors model, he knew he was interested in the opportunity. On his Discovery Day in Denver, when Yang got the chance to meet with Founder Bryan Park and the rest of the corporate staff, he could tell that this company was different from other corporate franchises in the home improvement space. “You want to be part of the team because they treat their team members like family,” he says. “They’re into the personal relationship with the customer and with each other.”

As a seasoned entrepreneur, Tony knows that starting any business comes with its fair share of risk, and advises all new business owners to look at both the positive and negative sides of entrepreneurship before starting a venture. “The biggest plus side is, you’re the boss!” he exclaims, adding, “You know you make the decisions to best grow the business. The downside is, you will spend ten times the amount of time working, compared to other people in your business. You have to be sure it’s working.” The simple operations of the Footprints Floors model allow our Franchise Owners to eliminate a great deal of the stress most business owners face on a daily basis, simply because our corporate team is there to provide constant, real-time support and assistance with matters both big and small. This goes a long way toward helping our Owners achieve their business goals while maintaining a healthy work-life balance- something that not every independent business owner is able to enjoy.

Tony will be operating four Footprints Floors territories in the Phoenix area and looks forward to providing local homeowners with the superior customer service and high-quality results our home improvement franchise prides itself upon and looks forward to being instrumental in making people happy. “You want to put the smiles on people’s faces,” he says.  “They’ll be stepping on the floors for a long time!” 

If you are looking for a franchise opportunity that combines excellent customer service with quality craftsmanship, Footprints Floors may be the perfect fit for you! Our flooring franchise is currently awarding franchises to people in territories across America, and we’re selling out fast! Franchise Owners like Tony Yang are seeing the high potential for return thanks to our outstanding home-based business model, and are excited for an opportunity that offers the level of schedule flexibility that our Franchise Owners enjoy. Most of all, our Franchise Owners love our customer-focused, service-oriented approach to business, and like bringing transparency, honesty, and a genuine love of people into the home improvement industry. Visit our franchise website to learn more about us.

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