HomeTask Franchise Welcomes Pet Butler to Its Home Service Family
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HomeTask Franchise Welcomes Pet Butler to Its Home Service Family

September 07, 2010 // Franchising.com // Seattle, WA - HomeTask Brands of Service is very excited to announce the addition of its second home service brand, Pet Butler. As the nation's leading pet waste cleanup and removal service, Pet Butler has been taking away the worst part of pet ownership for over 22 years. Pet Butler is "#1 in the #2 business" and charges a small per-visit fee for its technicians to collect dog and cat waste, carry it away, and dispose of it properly.

"Pet Butler Franchises across the nation are already reaping the benefits of being part of the HomeTask family" said Matt "Red" Boswell, Founder of Pet Butler. "The customer service, buying power, economies of scale and advanced support systems that HomeTask provides its franchise partners is second to none," continues Boswell. "Pet Butler couldn't be in a better place to grow and serve more pets and their people."

When asked about this change, CEO and Founder of HomeTask.com, Jerrod Sessler,replied: "Red 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 add Pet Butler to the HomeTask suite of world-class service businesses primarily targeted at owner-operated franchises."

Continuing their plans for growth, HomeTask will be expanding its service umbrella with brands developed in house and with marketing partnerships. One extraordinary principle of these affiliations is the focus on building relationships with other brands encompassing unity around Christ-like principals.

HomeTask, with its state-of-the-art web based portal, will grow to be the one place on the internet homeowners will go to schedule the service needed for their home.



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