September 29, 2008 // Franchising.com // Chapel Hill, NC - As one of the first development offices to form a relationship with HomeTask, Inc., North Carolina Subway Group has recently signed with HomeTask and completed their one week training at HomeTask University located in Seattle, WA.
Returning to their home offices, located in Chapel Hill, at the end of the first week in September, Tim Mann and Shane Mixson arrived with an abundance of knowledge and the eagerness to begin work developing the HomeTask Brands of Service in the state of North Carolina. Currently staffed with 12 office personnel, 26 field employees and 45 in store employees, and plans to build their support team larger, the North Carolina Development office is gearing up to go full speed ahead.
When asked what they enjoy most about selling franchises to potential business owners, Tim said, "The best part of what I do is creating opportunities for entrepreneurs to build and grow within themselves." Excited to have a new business endeavor to introduce to his network of entrepreneurs, Tim has spent much of his time focusing on how to be effective and efficient in spreading the news of HomeTask in their territory.
If you are looking to enable peace in the homes of your friends, family, and of course your own… contact the North Carolina Subway Group and their team to learn more of what Yellow VAN Handyman has to offer you.
About HomeTask.com and its associated brand, Yellow Van Handyman: HomeTask.com was founded in 1997 and became a franchise company in 2002. HomeTask.com aims to enable peace in the lives of their customers and franchise partners alike by providing unrivaled customer service and leveraging state-of-the-art technology with ongoing support for all franchise partners. For more information about HomeTask.com and Yellow Van Handyman, please visit the company's website at http://www.hometask.com or http://www.YellowVANHandyman.com.