A Year to Commit

While our typical discovery timeline is quick, Ted Brown was not on the typical timeline. He spent a full year evaluating franchises before he felt comfortable enough to join Gotcha Covered. That was 15 years ago, and Ted Brown has proven to be one of our most successful franchise owners.

As Ted shares in the video below, he was conservative and frankly scared to start a business and leave the comforts of the corporate world. What pushed him over the edge was the Gotcha Covered economics: low investment, unlimited income, and total control over his time. Hear his story in the video below.

Ted owns a large franchise and retail showroom in Raleigh. He has become a great resource for new franchise owners about strategic growth, and Ted loves to help. His newest achievement in business is hiring a general manager to give him even more flexibility and time with his family.

For even more information about how to present Gotcha Covered, links to this and other video testimonials and so much more, check out our online consultant toolkit using the link and password below:

http://gotchacoveredfranchising.com/toolkit/
Password: gotcha

About the Gotcha Covered Franchise

A Gotcha Covered franchise provides a lifestyle business with extraordinary profit potential through high margins and low operating expenses, all within a very cash-flow friendly model.

Utilizing our powerful and proprietary design software, our franchisees sell virtually everything for the interior of a window, both for the residential and commercial markets. Our extensive offering includes blinds, shades, shutters, window film, and fabric treatments such as draperies, curtains, swags, and cascades, covering hundreds of custom window treatments and accessory options.

A Message from the President

Think of me as a resource to answer any questions you may have about how we like to do business. Feel free to call at 720.407.8618 or 800.200.0835 x331. You can also email me directly at plinenberg@gotchacovered.com

I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Sincerely,

Paul Linenberg