Office Pride’s faith-based franchise model is a game-changer for franchisees
Office Pride, a faith-based franchise in the commercial cleaning industry, pays more than just lip service to its core values and culture. Office Pride deeply believes in grounding its business in values that serve the community and franchisees — going the extra mile and always demonstrating honesty, integrity and a hard work ethic. A large part of Office Pride’s philosophy is rooted in celebrating franchisee successes as part of one large family.
Office Pride franchisees are routinely presented with opportunities to mingle with fellow franchisees and to network at corporate events. The annual Office Pride attendance at the Indianapolis 500 over Memorial Day weekend with CEO and Founder Todd Hopkins, is one such marker that franchisees look forward to being invited to. The prime seats are at the finish line of the Indy 500 and the weekend long festivities include a dinner the night prior to the race, an orientation about what the Indy 500 is all about, and pools and prizes. The faith-based franchise emphasizes family values and community spirit and the annual event recognizes franchisees’ vital contributions to the brand. It also shows how Office Pride’s culture permeates the lives of their franchisees. “We’re like a family and our franchisees enjoy doing things together – some of our franchisees even go on vacation together,” Hopkins says.
Office Pride’s faith-based franchise is strongly committed to veterans and their participation and the Indy 500 event has been held on the Memorial Day weekend as a way to also honor them. Office Pride is part of the International Franchise Association’s VetFran program and offers a 25% franchise fee discount to veterans believing that veterans’ values are a perfect match for Office Pride.
Julie McAdoo, co-owner of Office Pride of Tampa, Florida, along with her husband, Kevin, was one of the franchise attendees at this year’s Indy 500 event. “We were truly honored to attend both because of the unique opportunity and as military veterans at such a patriotic American event,” McAdoo said, “We enjoyed the fellowship with our Office Pride family at the greatest spectacle in racing. We got to know some of our fellow franchisees better and make some new acquaintances as well.”
Learn more about how Office Pride helps veterans re-enter the civilian workforce.