ProTect Painters Expands with New Owners & ProTect Painters In the News, March and April 2012

ProTect Painters recently added two new owners to its franchise family. America's fastest growing painting franchise added new owners to McKinney, Texas and Covington, Washington. These owners were promptly featured in their local publications, highlighting the ProTect Painters Difference: FREE Estimates, Dependable Scheduling, Professionally Trained Crews providing 100% insured work, and Reasonable Prices

ProTect Painters opens a franchise serving the local area

On March 29, theKent Reporter interviewed Chuck Reger, the new owner of ProTect Painters of Covington, WA. The article announced the presence of Reger's new business, and the benefits of hiring ProTect Painters for residential or commercial, and interior or exterior painting needs.
“People throughout Covington, Auburn and surrounding communities are always searching for new, affordable ways to freshen up their property,” Reger said. “ProTect Painters has a trusted reputation across the country of providing home and business owners with exceptional value and the highest level of customer service. We look forward to bringing this to the greater Auburn, Covington market.”
With the housing market and general economic climate continuing to encourage people to keep versus sell their existing property, professional painting contractors, like ProTect Painters of Covington, are in high demand. Reger is providing residents of Covington, and surrounding areas, the opportunity to affordably maintain the appearance of their homes and businesses.

Service Franchise comes to DFW

The Star-Local News, out of McKinney, TX recently featured new ProTect Painters of McKinney owners Eric and Cheree Smith, in an article announcing their first day of business in the Dallas-Forth Worth area.
Eric and Cheree, who recently ended their previous respective careers in information technology and medical assistance, saw an opening in their area for a business like ProTect Painters. “One of the things that seemed to kind of be lacking in the corporate world is the relationships that you can build with the people in the community,” Eric said. “We really wanted to get involved a little bit more and feel like we’re accomplishing something.”
The Smith's were also looking for career moves that would allow them to spend more time with their children, and as interactive members of the community. “It’s improving the community, offering different services, (and) making the area a little bit nicer to live in,” Cheree said. “McKinney has got such a wonderful, very interesting flair to it with the historic district, but also with all the new people who are moving here. We’re providing services for those people.”
ProTect Painters stands by hiring professional painting crews from the area, providing jobs for local painters. "We can draw from a large base of individuals that we have to try to select the right crew,” Eric said. "By us being able to have various crews…we’re able to select the right crew for the right person and the right job.”

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