April 10, 2014 // Franchising.com // Phoenix, AZ - Natalie Ehrlich, the owner of Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning of Phoenix, was recently featured in the Huffington Post’s Women in Business series. Created by Laura Dunn, these articles focus on the stories and challenges facing female business leaders.
"I was really pleased to be included," said Natalie, who is one of Oxi Fresh’s first franchisees, "and to be able to share my story and what I’ve learned over the years. I hope it helps other entrepreneurs out there."
The interview covers a wide range of subjects, from earning a doctorate as a single mother, the challenges and joys of running her own business, women who have influenced her life, and much more.
An important part of Ms. Ehrlich’s story is her marathon running. In the interview, she says her 56 completed marathons have "reinforced the importance of total commitment."
"Everyone wants a successful company," she told Laura Dunn, "but not everyone is disciplined and committed to doing what is necessary to succeed. That’s not an option for me."
You can read Natalie Ehrlich’s full interview here.
Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning offers customers green, oxygen powered cleanings. Its unique, low-moisture process brings new life to carpets, removing years of dirt, oils, and debris. Since 2009, Oxi Fresh has ranked in Entrepreneur magazine's Franchise 500, earning top spots in numerous categories. They have also earned positions in the Inc. 500|5000, a listing of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the United States. Oxi Fresh has more than 250 carpet cleaning locations in 45 states, with more locations currently in development. For more information, please visit www.oxifresh.com.
SOURCE Oxi Fresh