What Kind of Investment and Support Will I Get as a City Wide Franchisee?

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At City Wide, we give you the tools to take control of your future. You’re investing more than dollars – you’re also giving your time, experience, and passion for success. We understand that your success is just as much determined by your effort as your money, and this is an incredibly important component to the City Wide Franchise experience.

The City Wide Franchise investment opportunity requires that prospective Franchisees have between $250,000-$300,000 to invest over the first 24 months, which includes territory and franchise fees, training, technology, and working capital.

Our comprehensive 90-Day Ramp Up Plan takes new Franchisees all the way from signing to the date the location opens its doors – and the assistance doesn’t end there. During the first 90 days, you’ll experience a two-week Home Office Training and one-week In-Market Training, as well as a chaperoned city visit, where you’ll travel to a high-performing existing location to see how things are done.

After your start date, you’ll receive assistance with sales calls, accounting, and marketing. And following that, your assigned Business Performance Coach (BPC) will engage you in ongoing weekly calls and in-market visits; you’ll also receive assistance with Account Manager and Sales Executive training and email marketing campaigns.

We’ve got a winning recipe: the combination of your passion and our continued and focused support. A successful franchise location cannot thrive with only one of these ingredients, so we make sure the right people are brought into the system and focus on giving them the best support possible.

If you’re interested in taking the next step with the City Wide Franchise opportunity, please click here.


Success Stories

I feel very blessed to be part of this business. The thing that is amazing about this franchise model and system that I don’t think any of us foresaw was the scaleability. The scaleability makes all the difference. This is everything I liked about corporate America without all the micromanagement that I hated. You can listen to our Franchisee “Z” Call where I discuss this and more by clicking on this YouTube link: https://youtu.be/kLhEHORq-uI

success story of David Otis David OtisCo-Owner – City Wide of Metro Atlanta

Having had the opportunity to be part of the City Wide Home Office, selling City Wide for eight years, I would share this view: My advice is simple on how you can be a success owning a City Wide Franchise. First, find a great partner with a work ethic you admire. Keep the message simple and be relentless at sales. Find the spot where you are uncomfortable and be there often. Choose to do the work in sales because it is difficult. This is where you will find both a passion for the business model and an addiction.

success story of Jennifer Slansky Jennifer SlanskyCo-Owner – City Wide of Portland, a woman-owned business

Much like the saying, “dreams come true, not free,” City Wide offered me the opportunity to chase a dream to build a business for my family though hard work and perseverance. The fruits of that hard work have not only created a profitable and growing family legacy business but, more importantly, the platform for us to improve the quality of life of our employees’ families as well as to give back in a meaningful way to our middle Tennessee community. The ceiling is high for those who want to chase their dream

success story of Tim Akers Tim AkersOwner – City Wide Maintenance of Nashville

Jeff and I saw firsthand through my work for City Wide Franchise Corporate how this business can provide real wealth opportunities for us; there is no greater endorsement than a former employee who decides to buy a franchise from the company! With City Wide, we get to make a difference in our community, not just for ourselves and our family, but for our clients and our team. The work is rewarding because we believe in what we are doing for our clients every day.

success story of Meredith Cimino Erickson Meredith Cimino Erickson Co-Owner, City Wide Maintenance of Omaha

What appealed to us about City Wide was the opportunity to work together and build a family business. No corporate bosses, no long distance travel, and the freedom to be there for our children when we want. Personal effort is directly rewarded with results and as you grow you get to share that success with an ever-growing team of direct staff, independent contractors, and happy clients.

success story of Alan Matheson Alan MathesonCo-Owner – City Wide of Central Pennsylvania
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