HomeTask Begins Roll Out of 3D Project, Pet Butler First to Join the Team
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HomeTask Begins Roll Out of 3D Project, Pet Butler First to Join the Team

June 09, 2009 // Franchising.com // Seattle, WA - Dallas, TX - HomeTask.com, parent company of Yellow VAN Handyman, plans 3 dimensional expansion to additional brands of service on top of their growing U.S. and Canadian locations. "Eventually HomeTask members will be able to access 'everything service'," according to founder Jerrod Sessler. Recently, Pet Butler has joined the HomeTask team.

Pet Butler, the nation's leading pet waste cleanup and removal service, has been taking away the worst part of pet ownership for over 21 years. They proudly bill themselves as "#1 in the #2 business" and charge a small per-visit fee for its technicians to collect dog and cat waste, carry it away, and dispose of it properly. Whether in yards or public spaces, accumulated domestic animal waste can ruin lawns and presents a significant source of water pollution. Since beginning franchising their business in 2005, Pet Butler now has over 120 franchise territories throughout the U.S.

The new version of their multi service website is scheduled to roll out later this year. HomeTask 's 3D project will combine other service based owner-operator franchise brands to build a one-stop home maintenance shop of integrity-based brands accessible through one website, HomeTask.com.

When asked how this partnership began, CEO and Founder of HomeTask.com, Jerrod Sessler, replied: "Red [CEO and Founder of Pet Butler] and I met up at an International Franchise Association convention. When Red heard the vision for HomeTask which aligned with what he had been working on creating himself, we agreed it made the most sense to just work together to create a state of the art, world-class service business primarily targeted at owner-operated franchises."

Founder and Chief Excrement Officer of Pet Butler, Matt "Red" Boswell, when asked the same question replied: "I've known of Jerrod's integrity and customer-focused attitude for a long time. When he approached me about joining forces to create a unique and attractive resource for consumers across the continent, I was very flattered and intrigued. Upon hearing his vision for the new enterprise I became very excited as it mirrored my vision perfectly – a faith-based, all-encompassing franchise brand consumers could trust for all their service needs."

HomeTask intends to create multiple other service-based brands of their own. Combined with growing affiliations with already established brands such as Pet Butler, HomeTask will be the state-of-the-art web based portal to schedule the service needed for your home. One extraordinary principle of these affiliations is the focus on building relationships with other brands encompassing unity around Christ-like principals.

Look for additional details regarding HomeTask's 3D project as more service brands are added to this growing partnership.

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.



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