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HART Health Franchise System Expands to Meet Demand

Seattle Health Products Company adds Sales Director to Manage Increase

May 17, 2010 // Franchising.com // SEATTLE – HART Health, an industrial first aid supply franchisor, is expanding its franchise system this year and has hired Jeff Brandli for the role of Sales Performance Director to manage the growth of new franchise units.

HART Health manufactures and sells one of the most extensive lines of industrial first aid kits and immediate care medical supplies. Recent health issues such as the H1N1 flu virus have increased demand for the company's products and generated interest in its franchise offering.

Brandli is responsible for the initial training, developing, coaching and performance of HART Health franchisees. Brandli possesses twenty years of experience in marketing, management and sales training. Prior to joining HART Health, he was responsible for sales management training and support at UniFirst Corporation, a $1 Billion uniform services provider based in Boston, MA.

HART Health has been in business since 1976 and its line of high quality medical products are in use in many west coast businesses. HART Health produces its own line of specially packaged medicines and work place products such as first aid kits, eye cleanser, hand sanitizer, over-the-counter pain medications and bandages. Access to these products in the workplace saves lives, stops the spread of contagious disease, improves morale and and productivity in the workplace.

"We're very excited about our recent expansion and we're privileged to recruit Jeff Brandli to help us grow our franchisees into prosperous businesses," said HART Health CEO Lawrence Shaw. "With all the attention to flu epidemics this year, small and medium sized businesses are thinking more about using work place medical supplies to protect and care for their employees. Jeff will help us grow to take advantage of this important need."



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