Maui Wowi Hawaiian, an international Hawaiian coffee and all-natural smoothie franchise, grants Air Force Veteran, Kim Allen, its most recent franchise agreement; bringing a mobile paradise on wheels to Sacramento, California.
Greenwood Village, CO (PRWEB) July 24, 2013 - Air Force Veteran, Kim Allen, has chosen Maui Wowi Hawaiian, becoming the newest franchise owner of the popular coffee and smoothie company. Living in Sacramento, California, Allen and her son, Nicolas, are now ready to begin a new career as entrepreneurs.
"All the experiences of my life have brought me to this point and are the foundation for the business and the life I want to build for my son and me," said Allen. "I knew I was meant for something different and what I wanted out of life was bigger and richer than what I had. I've always felt that if you don't love what you're doing, then go work somewhere else."
Serving in the Air Force as an aircraft maintenance officer, Allen acquired a strong professional foundation and deep dedication to service. The skills and values she learned in the military and her 15 years of experience with corporate supply chain management have prepared her to breakout of the mold and take charge of her destiny.
Allen was attracted to the engaging spirit of Maui Wowi, but it was the people she met during her research that quickly made her realize the support that the system provides.
"I received such unfiltered information and support from everyone I talked to and I was able to quickly assess the benefits of Maui Wowi," she said
Through her process of learning about the franchise, Allen was able to attend events other franchisees were working, allowing her to see it all in action first hand. From those experiences, she chose the mobile Ka'anapali Cart because it allows her the much anticipated freedom and flexibility she seeks.
"I look forward to the working a variety of events in Northern and Central California. I liked the idea of being mobile; it's just a refreshing idea to know that if I want to hook up the trailer and go to an event in Santa Barbara and visit with friends, I can," said Allen.
The mobile Ka'anapali Cart is just one in a variety of low-cost business models that Maui Wowi offers. Allen plans to begin with one cart and has also chosen to dive into the world of catering with a portable unit available to franchisees. Allen says she fell in love with the tiki hut style catering unit the moment she saw it and could easily see its potential. A long list of opportunities exists that Allen is ready to take advantage of; working as many events as possible and giving back to her community.
For more information about franchising and how to escape the corporate cubicle, visit http://www.mauiwowifranchise.com.
Since 1982, Maui Wowi Hawaiian has embraced the Hawaiian culture and has been serving paradise in a cup since the day it began, 30 years ago. From event carts, mall kiosks and stand-alone retail locations Maui Wowi Hawaiian offers premium, all-natural, gluten-free, fresh-fruit smoothies, as well as gourmet Hawaiian coffees and espresso beverages. With over 400 operating units in eight countries, Maui Wowi Hawaiian has truly gone "Global" by adding an online store, shop.mauiwowi.com. Now customers from anywhere in the world can experience the prized-gourmet Hawaiian coffees and taste the 'Aloha Spirit' with a 'Click-of-a button!' To learn more information about Maui Wowi Hawaiian's, products, locations, or flexible, low cost franchising opportunities, visit http://www.mauiwowifranchise.com.