Richard’s Painting Franchise Launches Franchise Development Website

Emerging painting franchise rolls out new franchise development website to help entrepreneurs explore the opportunity

Richard’s Painting, the emerging painting franchise out of Salisbury, North Carolina, recently launched a new franchise development website to give entrepreneurs a deeper look into why the brand is a worthy investment.

Our franchise website is designed to provide a full overview of the franchise opportunity. Entrepreneurs will learn about everything from:

  • The costs & fees of ownership
  • Why Richard’s Painting franchise stands out
  • Why painting is a great industry to get into
  • Training & support
  • And much, much more!

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Entrepreneurs will also get to explore documentary-style videos with Richard Gould, the CEO and Founder of Richard’s Painting franchise, as well as with franchise owners.

With several locations open in North Carolina and New Jersey, Richard’s Painting is ready to rapidly grow across the United States and is actively seeking passionate entrepreneurs to get in on the ground floor of a brand that does everything the right way.

“Now is the perfect time to invest in Richard’s Painting because no matter the state of the economy, we’re always painting – it never stops,” Richard says. “We want to be the leader in every community we’re in – and set the standard for quality work. As we franchise across the country, we’re looking for entrepreneurs who share our passion, who want to be leaders, and who want to be involved in their communities. I’m here to guide you every step of the way, but you’re the one who makes it happen.”

Ready to open a Richard’s Painting franchise in your community today?

To learn more about franchise opportunities with Richard’s Painting, simply fill out an inquiry form on this website, and a member of our  team will be in touch with you shortly. We look forward to learning more about you!

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