PD-go! Franchising Company, LLC., announces considerable discount of franchise fee for PD-go! Web Solutions franchises

PD-go! Franchising Company, LLC., announces that the upfront franchise fee for purchasing a new PD-go! Web Solutions franchise will be drastically reduced for a limited time. PD-go! Franchising Company recently started offering franchises for sale of its flagship web design business system and product, however, due to the current national economic climate, its owners, Steve and Pam Schwartz, decided to dramatically lower the price of the franchise fee as well as reduce the monthly royalty fee. The couple made this decision in order to remove the financial barriers that potential franchisees may experience in an attempt to start a new PD-go! Web Solutions Franchise. The initial fees for starting a franchise were $25,000 franchise fee and 8% monthly royalty; this has been reduced to $7,000 franchise fee and 7% monthly royalty, for a limited time.

"While we know that our business and training systems, software, and methodologies that we've designed and honed over the past 10 years in business is very sound, and very much worth $25,000 or more, we realize that people are hurting out there -- people who have lost jobs, need to feed their families, and are seriously looking at purchasing a franchise -- but don't have the available capital or ability to borrow what they need," says Steve Schwartz. "We have decided that we're going to do what we can to help the economy on a truly grass-roots level and drop the price of the new franchise to $7K so that anyone who truly wants to own a PD-go! Web Solutions franchise can afford to do so. With hard work and effort, new franchisees will be able to recoup that amount in a very reasonable time, and then they will be even more profitable. We didn't go into debt to start our business, and we don't want our franchise owners to have to go into debt to get started either."

Schwartz continues: "As hard-working people lose their jobs and security, if they cannot locate a new job, many of them will start their own small business. These new small businesses will need to have a quality, custom-built website that they can easily update themselves. That is exactly what PD-go! offers. So, we strongly believe that we need to help new PD-go! Web Solutions franchisees get started as affordably as possible, so that they can be in place ready to serve the growing web design needs of new and existing small business owners in their area."

Schwartz will be representing PD-go! Franchising Company at an upcoming franchise trade show at the Broward County Convention Center in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on May 30-31, 2009.

PD-go! Web Solutions was founded in March 2002 by Steven and Pamela Schwartz, who have been in the web design business since 1999. The company has hundreds of clients throughout the Treasure Coast of Florida and nationwide, as well as a few international countries.


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