Joshua Ashley Brings Passion for Helping People to New Fresh Coat Franchise

League City, TX (PRWEB) March 04, 2014 - Joshua Ashley has always enjoyed helping people – a trait that strengthened when he was in the Marine Corps. So when he decided to open his own business, he wanted a Veteran-friendly franchise that would help him make a positive difference in the lives of others. And that's exactly what he's looking to do with his new business, Fresh Coat Painters of League City, Texas.

Fresh Coat Painters offers interior and exterior painting, wood staining and refinishing, wallpaper removal and many other services for nearly every protective coating application. They use quality, environmentally safe materials and offer a live 24/7 customer service center, online scheduling and free detailed quotes. Fresh Coat Painters of League City serves Webster, Friends Wood, Clear Lake, Nassau Bay, Sea Brook, Galveston, Pasadena, La Marque, Baytown, League City, Dickinson, Santa Fe and the surrounding areas.

Before opening the business, Joshua Ashley spent 8 years in the Marine Corps infantry and worked as a finance manager at a car dealership.

"In each of those roles, I enjoyed working with people. At the car dealership, I also liked being able to help people get what they needed or wanted. I'm looking forward to doing both of those things with Fresh Coat. I'm excited about working with clients, looking at the projects, listening to what they want do to and delivering a stress-free, quality painting experience," Joshua Ashley said.

As part of the commitment to service, Fresh Coat Painters also offers a 3-3-3 promise, which means calls will be answered within three minutes, a quote will be delivered within three days and the job will be started within three weeks, customer schedule permitting.

"That promise is about more than the timing for me. Customer service should be the key in any business and we're going to prove that it's true for the painting industry as well," he said.

Outside of work, Joshua Ashley is a big supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project.

"I happened to be one of the lucky ones who didn't get hurt in the service, but a lot of my guys were injured. The Wounded Warrior project is an important cause and an organization that means a lot to me," he said.

About Fresh Coat

Fresh Coat was founded in 2004 as part of Strategic Franchising Systems. In the last year, Fresh Coathas been included in the Bond's Top 100 and named to Entrepreneur Magazine's Franchise 500 list. Fresh Coat also is part of the International Franchise Association, the Small Business Association's Franchise Registry, VetFran and Minority Fran.

To learn more about what Fresh Coat Painters of League City can do for your home or business, call 281-817-6323, email jashley@freshcoatpainters.com or visit http://www.FreshCoatLeagueCity.com.

Contact:

Angie Shafer
Fresh Coat Painters
http://www.freshcoatpainters.com
+1 (513) 563-0570 Ext: 119

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