ColorTyme Franchise News
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After learning that local resident Jim White and his family of four were living in a trailer on the verge of collapse, a community-wide effort began to improve their living conditions through the Jim White House Project.
Just three months after opening their first rent-to-own store, owners Mike Do and David Rogers have added another ColorTyme to the Houston area. The new location will offer rent-to-own appliances, electronics and furniture to residents in the city's south
Fort Worth residents can enjoy ColorTyme once again thanks to Justin Jordan, the new store's manager and operating partner. With 10 years of industry experience and a former manager of rent-to-own stores in Lubbock, College Station, Comanche and Eastland,
An updated look is not all that's new for the local ColorTyme rent-to-own store. Now located at 1315 Winchester Rd., the store occupies a larger space to provide a greater mix of products and services for Lexington residents.
The recent Houston ColorTyme Grand Opening was more than just an afternoon of family fun and games. Saturday's event marked a new locally-owned rent-to-own option for residents and introduced the store's customer-focused owners and staff.
Car enthusiasts will get more than just a look at an impressive collection of unique vehicles and antique cars as the Downtown Elkton Classic Car Show rolls into town. This year, ColorTyme will be on location at all three upcoming shows to greet members o
Following a four-day retreat near Lake Tahoe, Calif., ColorTyme commemorated the end of the 2011 Summer Meeting with an entertaining closing dinner. The franchisees, vendors and their families were greeted by falling snow in the elaborate winter-themed ba
More than 140 rent-to-own franchisees and family, vendors and corporate staff members gathered earlier this week in Lake Tahoe, Calif. for the 2011 ColorTyme Summer Meeting. The General Session, held on Thursday, featured presentations made by corporate e
Keeping a yearly tradition alive, the ColorTyme Franchise Advisory Council (FAC), gathered for a meeting prior to the start of ColorTyme's 2011 Summer Meeting. The FAC, including newly elected members, met at the Resort at Squaw Creek to elect a Chairman,
Yesterday marked the beginning of ColorTyme's annual Summer Meeting where the company welcomed franchisees, vendors, family and friends to Lake Tahoe, Calif. This year's annual meeting started with a Vendor Appreciation Cocktail Reception held at the Reso
In the northwest region of Alaska, the Kobuk 440 is more than just a 400-mile sled dog race; it's a 25-year old tradition that brings goodwill and festivity to many native Alaskan communities. Every year during the second weekend of April, the mushers giv
ColorTyme, a widely known and trusted brand for more than 30 years, has opened a store in Houston thanks to two local residents. Owners Mike Do and David Rogers recently introduced their first of what they hope to be many locally owned-and-operated rent-t
For more than 16 years, Gary Hughes, a distinguished ColorTyme franchisee, and his wife, Jutta, have been influential members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley. Recently, the couple was recognized at the fourth annual Breakfast for K
In 2010, Al Coelho didn't know that his mission to run the Boston Marathon would soon become an annual tradition and enormous fundraising event for Children's Hospital Boston, but that's exactly what happened. This past April, with the help of friends, fa
For ColorTyme franchisees Al Coelho and Ray Bird, teaming together to open new stores has been a goal of theirs since they started working together in November of 2008. Today, that promise of becoming partners has been fulfilled with the opening of their
After a warm welcome from the community they serve, ColorTyme held a special Grand Re-Opening event yesterday celebrating its success as the area's preferred choice in rent-to-own. The Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce joined Derrick Vinson and Eddie Ed
ColorTyme, the nation's oldest rent-to-own franchisor, was chosen again this year as a "best of the best" business opportunity in the 2011 AllBusiness AllStar ranking. Backed by analysis from parent company Dun & Bradstreet, AllBusiness assesses the s
For Providence ColorTyme partner Al Coelho, going the extra mile for local families is part of his everyday routine. On April 18, Coelho will dedicate 26 miles to one special family by running the Boston Marathon in recognition of Christina Bird, daughter
Bob Bloom, president and CEO of national rent-to-own franchisor ColorTyme, was recognized today as a Certified Franchise Executive by the Institute of Certified Franchise Executives. Bloom completed a comprehensive course of study in franchise management
Success is no stranger to Mark and Tracy Childers, ColorTyme multi-unit franchisees and owners of Right Now Mgmt, Inc. For the second time in three years, the couple finished in the number one spot on ColorTyme's highly contested Top 10 franchise ranking.
The ColorTyme Franchise Advisory Council (FAC) serves as a critical link between franchisees and the corporate management team. Following the conclusion of another successful ColorTyme National Convention, FAC members met at the corporate headquarters Wed
After a morning of corporate presentations, speakers and store manager awards, the first day of the ColorTyme National Convention concluded by bringing together vendors and franchisees for a Buying Show. The event showcased new technology, the latest offe
More than 300 franchisees, vendors and staff are gathered today in Frisco, Texas to kick off the ColorTyme 2011 National Convention. The two-day event will focus on implementing core values and boosting sales as part of its "Rev It Up" theme.
It is a dream come true for Kathryn Flores of Wharton, Texas to be announced winner of the ColorTyme Big Tyme Big Game Giveaway. Flores, whose name was drawn randomly from hundreds of entries, wins a trip for two to the biggest football event of the year
The ColorTyme rent-to-own franchise in Lexington and its neighboring grocer, Save-A-Lot, recently joined to spread goodwill for the holidays. Thanks to their partnership, ColorTyme delivered approximately 6,000 pounds of donated food to The Nest, a non-pr
ColorTyme stores in Providence, Pawtucket and Woonsocket, R.I., helped make Thanksgiving memorable for many families by hosting a turkey giveaway event. Drawing one winner every 15 minutes, the three stores gave out a total of 100 turkeys to lucky residen
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