911 Driving School Franchise News
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Buckle up, Monroe. Driver’s education in Snohomish County has taken a turn for the better.
911 Driving School announced today that it has signed a franchise agreement with Brian Chissus and Rob Brandland to bring a new location to the Bellingham area.
911 Driving School announced that it has signed a franchise agreement with Craig and Lisa Robertson to bring a new location to the Monroe area. The new school is set to open in April.
The group, which is the parent company for 911 Driving School and SWERVE Driving School, recently announced that systemwide revenues in June, July and August were up year-over-year.
Earlier this month, Seattle-area headquartered The Driver Training Group worked with Washington state officials to gain approval for web-based learning at all of its 9-1-1 (911) and Swerve Driving Schools in the state of Washington.
911 Driving School recently spearheaded a campaign that combined the power of accountability with philanthropy to shed light on the dangers of distracted driving.
In an effort to support their local community, The Washington State 911 Driving School is proud to announce their official sponsorship for the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) Championships.
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