Welcomemat Services Celebrate Second Annual National Conference
May 23, 2013 // Franchising.com // Atlanta, GA - Welcomemat Services celebrated a successful year at its second annual national conference on May 3-4 at Lake Lanier in Atlanta.
The top franchisees were recognized for their hard work by Welcomemat Services founder and CEO Brian Mattingly, who awarded these model franchisees. The top categories were Franchise of the Year, awarded for the second consecutive year to Dave and Sheryl Eickman, and Franchise Runner up of the Year, won by Frank and Shelli Bernardini. The Rookie of the Year award went to David Tabb, and Trainer of the Year was awarded to Julie McCord. Welcomemat Services promotes strong connections between franchisees through business support relationships like trainee positions, as well as through events like the national conference.
“We are so excited at all of the work the whole Welcomemat team has done over the past 12 months and are happy to acknowledge our top franchisees,” said Mattingly. “Dave and Sheryl Eickman have proven themselves once again as the Franchise of the Year owners, and we are inspired by the hard work of all the Welcomemat franchisees. We are excited to recognize Rookie of the Year David Tabb as well; our new talent is growing, and we look forward to the company continuing to expand.”
About Welcomemat Services
Welcomemat Services began franchising in early 2011, and operates more than 20 franchised and company-owned locations across the country. The company expects to add 12 additional franchises in 2013 toward a goal of 70 locations open within the next five years in high-profile, transient markets across the country. More information can be found at www.welcomematservices.com.
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