Spring Cleaning Tips and Franchise Achievements: Molly Maid in the News April 2011

Maid Cleaning Living RoomCareer Twist Brings Molly Maid Franchise

Alan Green, owner of Molly Maid of South Salt Lake in Murray, Utah, was interviewed by Tom Harvey of The Salt Lake Tribune on March 19, 2011, to discuss how he ended up choosing Molly Maid as his new business.

“The job market wasn’t too kind for guys my age,” Green said.

So he started casting about for a business and looking at franchises he might buy into that had a proven track record and system that worked, before choosing a Molly Maid Franchise.

“I talked to a lot of owners before I made a decision,” he said.

He found what he wanted: a stable company with good support and a franchise that already had a number of regular customers and a steady revenue stream.

Molly Maid of Midland & Odessa Receives Award

The Odessa American reported that Kim and Marshall Patton, owners of Molly Maid of Midland & Odessa received the Ms. Molly Making a Difference Award  for going “above and  beyond” to support victims of domestic violence; raising more than $3,000 for Safe Place of the Permian Basin through their Concert of Hope fundraiser in 2010.

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Housekeeping Business Springs to Life

Vangie Sidoti, owner of Molly Maid of Lehigh Valley, was featured in an article by Douglas B. Brill on Lehigh Valley Live discussing busiest times for housecleaning services.

“People like to hire professional cleaners before guests come over for the holidays, says Vangi Sidoti. Spring is second; once the weather breaks, the sun comes out and everyone just wakes up.”

Professional Cleaning Tips from Kristi Mailloux, President of Molly Maid!

Kristi Mailloux Molly Maid PresidentKristi Mailloux, President of Molly Maid was featured on Hybridmom.com.

She offered up helpful tips including this one on how to make your coffee maker look new again: Take some powdered dishwasher detergent, shake it into the bottom of a cool coffee pot and fill with hot water. Let it sit for an hour and it should be good as new – no scrubbing, no boiling, no replacement needed!

by Molly Maid