St. Louis, MO --(PR.com)-- Handyman Matters of St Louis was recently awarded various awards at the national franchise convention held in Jacksonville, Florida. The awards include President's Award and Marketing Tracking Award. The President's Award was given to six people in the franchise system for their dedication to helping fellow franchisees, along with corporate, develop and implement new strategies. These awards were given to Chuck Healy, owner of Handyman Matters of St. Louis, as a result of his hard work and dedication to his business, the franchise system and his customers. Handyman Matters of St. Louis has also been awarded the prestigious 2009 Angie's List Super Service Award. This is the fifth time winning this award for Handyman Matters franchise owner, Chuck Healy.
Chuck Healy, owner of Handyman Matters in St Louis, MO accepted all of these awards at the national franchise convention on February 6, 2010. "I could not do this without my team and I am grateful to have them working with me everyday to ensure that our business and customers are taken care of to the best of our ability" says Healy.
"Our goal is to develop qualified individuals who proudly perform to meet the proven standard of Handyman Matters. Chuck and the rest of her team have shown great success -- which not only benefits the business, but also the St Louis community," said Andy Bell, CEO Handyman Matters. "Handyman Matters symbolizes quality and a distinctive business philosophy with which our employees can proudly identify and build upon."
The Angie's List Super Service Award, now celebrating its 11th year, is reserved for companies who have achieved and maintained a superior service rating on Angie's List – the nation's leading provider of consumer ratings on local service companies – throughout the past year. Fewer than 5 percent of the companies on Angie's List meet the eligibility requirements to be considered for the award. "Our Super Service Award winners are the cream of the crop when it comes to providing the best customer service," said Angie Hicks, founder of Angie's List.
Handyman Matters of St. Louis is owned by Chuck Healy, who opened the office in 2004 in his basement with one craftsman. Today, Handyman Matters of St. Louis has 12 employees and an office in the Westwoods Business Park in Ellisville. Before Handyman Matters, Chuck spent 22 years various sales, marketing, and general business management roles in the publishing industry, ranging from sales representative to Vice President, Marketing. Chuck can do a few things around the house but is much more typical of our customers – a busy professional who would rather spend his time with his family rather than taking on projects that he may or may not complete. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in Marketing Management.
Lakewood, Colorado-based Handyman Matters is a nationally recognized franchise concept that serves the repair, restoration and maintenance needs of both residential and business customers. Handyman Matters specializes in small- to medium-size jobs covering a wide range of "around-the-house" handyman tasks, repairs, installations and maintenance found on everyone's to-do lists. Handyman Matters has taken the traditional handyman business and created a tech-savvy handyman service that offers one-stop shopping for both consumers and businesses while providing a pricing model in which customers only pay for the time spent on their project. Handyman Matters has 120 franchisees in the U.S., Canada and Ireland. Eleven franchisees were added in 2009 and Handyman Matters expects to reach 200 franchises by the end of 2011.
Angie's List is where thousands of consumers share their ratings and reviews on local contractors and companies in more than 500 different categories. Currently, more than 1 million consumers across the U.S. rely on Angie's List to help them find the right contractor or company for the job they need done. Members have unlimited access to the list via Internet or phone; receive the award-winning Angie's List magazine, which includes articles on home improvement and maintenance, consumer trends and scam alerts; and they can utilize the Angie's List complaint resolution service.