Franchise Business Review (FBR) recently released their 15th Annual Top 200 Franchises for 2020 and U.S. Lawns, the nation’s premier commercial lawncare franchise, has once again made the list. In addition to being named one of the best franchise opportunities available today, U.S. Lawns also received the distinct honor of being inducted into the industry leading market research firm’s Hall of Fame.
FBR’s mission is to help entrepreneurs identify the top franchise opportunities for their investment dollars. To compile its annual ranking, FBR analyzes data from the preceding 18 months and rates franchisees’ overall satisfaction with their decision to invest in the franchise and their likelihood to recommend it to others. Using 33 benchmarking questions, franchises who make the list are highly rated in areas such as training and support, leadership, core values, general satisfaction, financial opportunities and community.
To be included in FBR’s Hall of Fame, franchises must have been on the Top 200 franchise list ten separate years. FBR states, “Hall of Fame franchises have demonstrated a proven track record of success and a corporate team committed to franchisee success and satisfaction. This honor is reserved for franchises that have shown long-term dedication to listening and doing right by their franchises.”
For U.S. Lawns, being an FBR Top 200 Franchise Hall of Fame franchise is very important. David Wells, senior director of franchise recruiting with the brand says, “This list is very significant to us because it is based on actual U.S. Lawns franchisee feedback. Our primary goal is 100 percent franchisee satisfaction. We promise to work hard and go above and beyond to help our franchisees create a thriving business. Being chosen for this honor means we are making good on that commitment.”
Ken Hutcheson, president of U.S. Lawns adds, “We have a hard-working team that takes a lot of time and care to make sure our franchisees are as successful as they want to be.”
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