Last week, news hit that Bio-One Inc. was ranked number one in Entrepreneur magazine’s 42nd Annual Franchise 500 for crime-scene and trauma-scene cleaning. Bio-One franchise owners across the U.S. celebrated the achievement by sharing what Bio-One has meant to them and their community.
Here's what Bio-One owners had to say.
"Some of the jobs we come across are very stressful and emotional. We make it our priority to make each one of our clients comfortable with everything going on. We do our best to make a bad situation as easy as possible." - Justin Brady, Bio-One of Biloxi
“We have cherished each opportunity to truly make a difference in our community.” - Rene Flohr, Bio-One of Poway
“When looking at purchasing a Bio-One office, the first thing that stuck out to us wasn’t the fact that we would be cleaning what is impacted after a suicide, homicide, unattended death or so-on. What stuck out to us was 'Help First, Business Second.' We wanted to help people and make a difference in our community." - Rebecca Wallace, Bio-One of Flagstaff
“We value each and every relationship we have built and the opportunities we have had to truly make a difference in the lives of those in need." - Nadine Black, Bio-One of Winston-Salem
If you've ever wanted to own your own business and make a difference in your community, now is the time!
There's a reason Bio-One Inc. is considered one of the Hottest Franchises in 2021.
Our number one goal is to build a thriving community of franchise owners. We achieve this with our robust training and support program, systems and tools. Bottom line, you can be in business for yourself, but not by yourself, receiving hands–on training and support as you grow as a Bio-One franchisee.