The Office Pride Commercial Cleaning & Janitorial Franchise Story
From college project to national success story
The Office Pride concept began as an independent research project. Our founder and CEO Todd Hopkins, was working on an MBA program at Butler University in Indianapolis when he came up with the concept of a faith-based commercial cleaning business. Through his research, Todd saw a huge opportunity to build a profitable commercial cleaning franchise system within a very fragmented industry.
So in 1992, Todd founded Office Pride Commercial Cleaning Services with the dream of building a long-term profitable business that glorifies God while serving man. With $20,000 pulled together from savings and a little help from family and friends, Todd worked out of his home, cleaning by himself at night and selling accounts during the day. His path wasn’t always easy, and he relied on God and prayer to see him through, but Todd’s perseverance and business savvy paved the way for what Office Pride is today – an internationally acclaimed commercial cleaning franchise system serving thousands of facilities all across America.
Where we are today
Today Office Pride has more than 135 franchises across the country with a history of steady, prudent growth. Todd’s philosophy is not to be the biggest but the best – the best franchise system, the best commercial cleaning service and the best company for people to achieve their life dreams.
To equip people to build a profitable business that glorifies God.
The mission of Office Pride Commercial Cleaning Services is to honor and glorify God by building mutually beneficial relationships with customers, employees, vendors and franchisees and fulfilling our promise of providing top quality janitorial services through men and women committed to honesty, integrity and hard work.
Our Core Beliefs and Values
Always do what is right
Increase brand value
Demonstrate honesty, integrity and a hard work ethic
Total customer satisfaction
Go the extra mile
Persevere with a servant’s attitude
Accountability to Commitments