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The Answer for America’s Seniors IS First Step HomeCare!

The Answer for America’s Seniors IS

First Step HomeCare!

 

Readers, there are some fascinating statistics when it comes to moving into the franchise world. As we’ve spoken about in the past, there are an estimated 1,500 different franchisors (franchise business companies) operating in the United States. It is also estimated that there are over 825,000 franchise businesses across three hundred business categories providing nearly eighteen million jobs and generating over $2.1 trillion to the economy.

 

Almost 4% of all small businesses in the USA are franchises, which has the franchise industry accounting for approximately 40% of all retail sales in the United States. Approximately one out of every twelve businesses in the U.S. is a franchise business, and more than seventy-five different industries use franchising as a means to distribute goods and services

 

The top franchise company in the United States is still McDonalds. But I have to ask you…does the U.S. need more hamburgers?  No, that is not said to be mean in any way. But there is one industry that is growing larger and larger by the minute and NEEDS to be represented by franchises. There is one industry in the U.S. that, right now, is responsible for offering services to some of the most amazing people on this planet; people who have lived through wars, famine, depression – and people who are a wealth of information, intelligence and education that this world NEEDS to treat very, very well!

 

As everyone most likely knows, we are talking about the healthcare industry. Whether due to the economy, or family circumstances, people are being taken from their own homes and placed into nursing care facilities, and the golden years have suddenly become extremely tarnished. However, there is a franchise opportunity out there right this second that is generating so much interest and so much ‘buzz’ that it needs to be spoken about every single week. Not only is it a fantastic franchising opportunity that will bring YOU money, but it also gives people back THEIR lives.

 

First Step HomeCare is not even a company – it is a necessity.  Every single city in America should take advantage of this offer, simply because YOU want to have your name ‘linked’ with First Step HomeCare for a good, long time. THIS is a place that provides exactly what our senior citizens need – a companion.  A friend. A person who truly cares about them; who wants nothing more than to help them through the senior years of their lives. We’ve said this line before, and it must be said again: First Step HomeCare offers honor, hope, loyalty, and respect to the people who deserve it!

 

People already know beyond a shadow of a doubt that nursing homes are not a spa or luxury resort, or even a calm, nice place that will treat our valuable seniors well enough. AND the truly upsetting part of all this is that, nine times out of ten, they really don’t need to be there in the first place. Frankly, when you lose the ability to do small things in life, you simply need someone to perhaps cook, do some mild cleaning, drive you to appointments, help with reminders for your medication – these are small tasks that really only require nothing more than a friend.  Enter…First Step HomeCare – a FRIEND – not a nursing home that will treat you or your loved ones badly. An actual caring person comes to help you.  What more IS needed besides heart, generosity and kindness?

 

First Step HomeCare is a company that has given back independence, self-worth, and happiness to our elderly population. With a First Step HomeCare companion, a senior citizen can stay in their own home; they can have a good life when this ‘friend’ enters their world and provides them with the help they need in order to continue to live and be a part of society.

 

At this particular moment, the state of Texas (the ADL Caring Companions home base which is now offering the First Step HomeCare franchises) is receiving the friends that are necessary, and we need to broaden that scope immediately. Franchises of First Step HomeCare need to be available in every state, so that we can change the course of the future.

 

First Step HomeCare is not only interested, however, in your ability to meet the capital requirements that are involved with this process. In order to be able to link your name to this incredible company, you must also believe in what First Step stands for. First Step HomeCare are as successful as they are because they BELIEVE in what they are doing. And their goal is to build a network of successful franchise owners who BELIEVE and CARE as much as they do. First Step only wants people who have the right combination of talents, abilities, and skill sets – as well as the desire to really learn and follow the First Step system.

 

Statistics show that the average initial franchise investment is $250,000, excluding real estate. The average royalty fees paid by franchisees range from 3% to 6% of monthly gross sales, and most franchise companies – other than the fast-food franchises  – have fewer than one hundred units  And, quite frankly, there need to be thousands when it comes to First Step HomeCare. Not only that, but you will be amazed at their ‘franchise package.’ As much as First Step HomeCare differ from the rest of the healthcare industry, they also are remarkable when it comes to helping their franchises open and succeed.

 

The process for purchasing a First Step HomeCare franchise begins when you simply fill out an inquiry on the First Step website, or give them a call at (210) 764-8500. First Step HomeCare then sends along an application and some marketing materials, and schedules a time for you to speak with the First Step franchise specialist to go over information regarding the system.

 

This is YOUR chance to help others and make money at the same time. This is YOUR chance to introduce the world to First Step HomeCare and the truly amazing individuals that can change the lives of our seniors – in a fantastic way! It is time to open a franchise in your area, that is necessary.  Quite frankly, we don’t need another hamburger joint – we NEED to give our seniors their freedom back!

 

Until Next Time, Everybody.

 

For more information go to:

http://www.firststepHomeCare.com

 

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