Vancouver, Canada, October 29, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Todd and Amanda Carwell, owners of Nurse Next Door’s Edmonton South West franchise smiled a little bigger recently when they were awarded the company’s 2011 Franchise Partner of the Year award. The couple accepted the coveted award in front of their fellow franchise partners and the team from the company’s “HeartQuarters” at this year’s annual awards gala. Winners were also announced for each of the company’s four core values, and the company’s core purpose.
The top prize, Franchise Partner of the Year, was based on a number of criteria which included revenue, planning process, financial records, team environment, and level of participation with the franchise program. While many franchise locations experienced a great deal of success this past year the Edmonton South West franchise managed to come out on top.
“We are extremely excited to be taking home this award,” said Amanda Carwell. “Two years ago we set out to become the top franchise and we are extremely proud to have achieved this goal.”
“The real satisfaction comes from the fact that we’ve been able to bring an incredible level of care to seniors in our community,” added Todd Carwell. “Winning this award will motivate us and our entire team to continue to make our clients’ lives better.”
Other winners this year were:
Find A Better Way – Chris & Tawnya Wilkinson – Nanaimo, BC
WOW Customer Service – Peter Coulter & Sherry Kerr – Vancouver Island North, BC
Passionate About Making A Difference – Christopher & Lori Paton – Oakville, ON
Admire People – Brian Buckley & Lindsay Eldridge – Delta, BC
Making Lives Better – Rob & Heather Van Norman – Saskatoon, SK
“Our award winners really personify the most important aspects of our business – our core values and core purpose,” noted Co-Founder John DeHart. “Our winners really should be proud.”
Vancouver-based Nurse Next Door is Canada’s fastest growing in-home senior care franchisor and is dedicated to delivering attentive, caring and high quality home care services. Founded in 2001 based on the personal experiences of co-founders Ken Sim and John DeHart, the company is focused on becoming Canada’s leading national homecare brand.