Making Things Happen with Business Ownership Despite Tough Economy
Grins 2 Go franchisee Jay Henderson takes control of his own financial future by starting his photography business despite the economic times.
Orange County, CA, --(PR.com)-- In these uncertain economic times, being able to control one's own destiny is critical to new business owner Jay Henderson, a local resident of Laguna Hills. Earlier this month, Henderson opened a Grins 2 Go® mobile franchise business that specializes in event and portrait photography.
According to Henderson, the timing could not have been better. "When you work for a company, you have to accept a culture and management decisions; when you own your own business, you make things happen for you," explains Henderson matter of factly. For self-motivated Henderson, the constraints placed by the executive committee or senior management make for lack of control of one's own destiny.
Henderson, an army veteran with a successful past career in telecommunications, chose a franchise business since all the systems and processes and know-how are already created and tested. He believes that his success depends on hard work and his ingenuity in promoting the products and services. "I'm very excited that I am building something and influencing the outcome of its success."
Since his launch last month, Henderson has received a positive response from the community. He says he often hears, "I've seen the van!" from people. Grins 2 Go® is a mobile photography business that is self-contained in a branded van. His team of photographers will go where ever the event happens to be, photographing family portraits, corporate events, family reunions, youth sports, school portraits, etc.
Though the economy may be going through a rough patch, Henderson with his new business launch looks forward to being in charge of his own future with a Grins 2 Go® franchise.
About Grins 2 Go®
The Grins 2 Go® franchise, headquartered in San Diego, California, launched in 2004 with fast growth expansion plans. Currently there are 11 franchise units in 6 different western states, with national expansion plans for 50 more units by the end of next year.