Junk King Denver and Englewood Franchise Owner Recognized by Franchise Business Review as 2020 Franchise Rock Star
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Junk King Denver and Englewood Franchise Owner Recognized by Franchise Business Review as 2020 Franchise Rock Star

Paul Durant, one of 81 Franchise Owners, Honored for Franchise and Community Leadership by Independent Research Firm

August 06, 2020 // Franchising.com // BURLINGAME, Calif. - Junk King’s Paul Durant was named a 2020 Franchise Rock Star by Franchise Business Review, an independent market research firm that benchmarks franchisee satisfaction. Durant was selected from over 28,000 franchisees, representing more than 300 brands that have participated in Franchise Business Review’s research in the past 18 months.

After spending 29 years in corporate America managing steel distribution centers, Durant joined the Junk King family in October 2011. He opened Junk King Denver and saw an opportunity to help develop young people starting out in the working world. As Durant grew his staff, he created a mentoring and training program that focused on customer service which has earned his business many rave reviews. In February 2020, he opened his second location in Englewood, Colorado.

“It’s an incredible honor to be chosen as a Franchise Rock Star by the Franchise Business Review team,” said Durant. “This wouldn’t have been possible without the support of the Junk King team. They have provided me with an opportunity to be a mentor to younger employees as well as recycle and donate a large percentage of our work. Giving back to the community is deeply woven into our culture along with customer satisfaction. My team and I will continue to live by this philosophy in everything that we do.”

The Franchise Rock Stars recognized were nominated by their franchise brand leadership in one of eight categories as franchisees who set admirable examples when it comes to leadership, business acumen, financial and professional success, and contributing to their community.

“There are so many success stories out there and thousands of inspiring franchise owners who are living their dreams of business ownership that it was incredibly difficult to narrow down the list,” said Eric Stites, CEO of Franchise Business Review. “In the end, we chose individuals who are exceptional examples of achieving success through the franchise model and exemplify a strong work ethic and a real commitment to their business and community. We are thrilled to recognize these individuals as Franchise Rock Stars.”

Junk King is known for its professionalism emulated through its eco-friendly recycling, award-winning customer service, state-of-the-art technology systems and the clear indication it places on customer satisfaction. As the brand grows, the brand continues its efforts in making the world a better place for generations to come.

About Junk King

Junk King is a white collar business management franchise in a blue collar industry with company operations showing more than ten years of sustainable growth. The company is firmly entrenched as the second largest and fastest growing player in the still young junk removal industry. Junk King launched its franchise in October 2009 and has awarded more than 100 new franchises, including two Master licenses in Canada. Junk King has a flexible, easy to scale model with a quick start-up and few fixed costs. The company has also expanded into the dumpster sector, offering additional services and revenue streams to franchisees.

About Franchise Business Review

Franchise Business Review (FBR) is a leading market research firm serving the franchise sector. FBR measures satisfaction and engagement of franchisees and publishes various guides and reports for entrepreneurs considering an investment in a franchise business. Since 2005, FBR has surveyed hundreds of thousands of franchise owners and over 1,100 leading franchise companies. FBR publishes free and unbiased franchisee satisfaction research reports throughout the year online.

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