Jacksonville, FL (July 26, 2011) – Wayne Terry, owner of PuroClean Emergency Services in Jacksonville, FL,was named the Franchisee of the Year from among more than 300 property restoration franchise owners across the country. He was nominated for the award by his peers for showing an unwavering dedication to the business of helping property owners recover from emergencies caused by water, fire, mold and other trauma events.
Terry was honored at the property restoration company’s annual convention, held July 13-15 in Hollywood, FL, after receiving the highest score possible in all of the award’s categories, including advocacy of the system, purchasing compliance, branding, contributions to the system and many other factors.
“There were many well-deserving nominees this year and it was not easy to select one winner, but Wayne is truly a model franchisee in the PuroClean system,” said PuroClean’s CEO, Lauren Reid. “In fact, he received the highest score possible in all of the award criteria and has displayed a tremendous commitment to the PuroClean brand.”
Terry’s PuroClean Emergency Services in Jacksonville, FL is a top service provider of Jacksonville-area insurance companies for property damage mitigation services for homes and businesses, as well as for large-scale natural disasters and catastrophic clean-up projects. The award-winning national property restoration franchise has earned the reputation as “The Paramedics of Property Damage™” by property owners and insurance agents, who often view PuroClean’s emergency service technicians like paramedics or firefighters for the important role they play in responding to emergencies 24 hours a day.
“When I think of our business, I think of its dedication to being fast, friendly, honest and reliable,” said Terry. “Every time we serve a customer, we make sure we thrive in those four areas. It’s essential that our customers are 100 percent satisfied with their service. That is the key to our success. It also helps having a great relationship with the franchisor, which I have developed over the years.”