NAMPA, IDAHO — The national office of Assisting Hands Home Care announced today that it has expanded into three new states and is preparing to sell franchises internationally, thanks to the efforts of franchise owners.
Rich Ueberfluss, Chicagoland Area Representative is now servicing the state of Wisconsin as the Area Representative. Ueberfluss currently owns Assisting Hands of Hinsdale and Naperville, Illinois and is responsible for bringing several new franchise owners to the Chicagoland area.
Robbie McCullough, Area Representative of Dallas, Texas, sold his first franchise in East Plano. McCullough also owns Assisting Hands Preston Hollow and brings industry expertise to the area of Dallas, Texas.
Robert Thomas, owner of Assisting Hands Fort Myers, has teamed up with long-time friend Peter Colgan to purchase Eastern Massachusetts and Vermont territories as Area Representative partners.
“The combination of Assisting Hands’ proven systems and my success in Florida creates a sensational competitive advantage and leg-up for prospective franchisees,” said Thomas. “This combined with Pete’s knowledge of Boston, his first-hand experience caring for his mother-in-law as well as his experience in healthcare marketing and as a business coach makes for a win-win-win.”
Greg Kling, owner of Assisting Hands Home Care Cincinnati, recently purchased the third of three territories in Cincinnati as well as the Columbus, Ohio franchise territory. Armando Morales, owner of Assisting Hands Miami, will also head up international sales for Assisting Hands Home Care.
Assisting Hands was recently ranked 164 in the 2018 Entrepreneur Franchise 500 and has been named to Franchise Business Review’s Top 50 Franchise list for several years.