Labor Panes Home Services Franchise Introduces Unprecedented Discount For Qualified Veterans
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Labor Panes Home Services Franchise Introduces Unprecedented Discount For Qualified Veterans

Veterans can receive a 75% discount on their initial franchise fee. This opens up business ownership opportunties to those who have left or will be leaving the US Armed Services.

Charlotte, North Carolina (PRWEB) April 23, 2013 - The Director of Franchise Recruitment at Labor Panes, Tom Fenig, knows what it is like to grow up as the son of a career Army Veteran. Tom Fenig's father served in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. According to Fenig, "I know first hand the incredible sacrifice our men and women of the armed forces make. We wanted to make a bold statement to say thank you for their sacrifice and committment by offerring the 75% discount." One of the Labor Panes Franchise partners, Jim Connelly, is a Navy Veteran who participated in several Cold War and Persian Gulf operations and is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

The owners of Labor Panes decided that because our veterans are so well trained, highly disciplined and are willing to follow a well developed business model, that a franchise such as Labor Panes would be ideal. And a 75% discount removes a big obstacle in starting a Labor Panes Franchise.

"We realize Veterans live throughout the country and now is a great time for any Veteran interested in this opportunity. Since we are in the early stages of offering this franchise we have territories available in most states but this won't be the case for very long, call soon", says Tom Fenig.

According to recent reports both on Bloomberg News and the Wall Street Journal, the home services sector is outpacing almost all other sectors of the US economy making Labor Panes the right opportunity at the right time for America's best and brightest-Veterans.


Tom Fenig
Labor Panes Franchising, Inc



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