Raintree reports champ of ‘Pathways to Entrepreneurship’ program
Raintree Sales, the business driving establishment deals and showcasing organization, has gotten the ball rolling by aiding one of its staff individuals purchase an establishment from Raintree accomplice Hounds Town USA, a quickly developing doggie childcare brand.
Raintree accepts profoundly in two things: the force of business venture and the brands it addresses. That is the reason the organization presented its “Pathways to Entrepreneurship” program, which rewards representatives who show greatness in serving the brands they address by helping them with diversifying charges and supplemental speculations so those workers can open their own establishments.
The goal of the program, as per Brent Dowling, CEO of Raintree, the goal of the program is to show its confidence in its brands and its representatives.
“We believe in our brands. They are highly vetted opportunities that we know are solid investments when the franchise owner follows the system and works hard,” said Dowling. “We also know that there are some very special individuals here at Raintree who have been the primary reason these franchises are reaching their goals. When we award a Pathways winner, it’s win-win-win. Raintree helps retain some of the industry’s best talent, the franchise gets a great franchisee and the winner gets the potential of life-long income.”
Ransack Taylor, a previous veterinary clinical salesperson and a current establishment advancement chief at Raintree will open the primary Hounds Town USA area in Colorado. Taylor decided to establishment with the brand since he saw firsthand how Hounds Town’s authority offers involved aptitude and support, and the potential for the brand in a quickly developing industry.
“I chose Hounds Town USA because of the people behind the brand. Jackie and Mike are very genuine people. They really care and want to support franchisees. Mike’s knowledge and methods are also better than their doggie daycare competition. They are the best at what they do,” said Taylor. “I have a lot of experience and am well-versed in the pet care industry. I always enjoyed contributing to the enrichment of dog’s lives. I look at them as family members and not as pets. I think it’s important to provide the highest quality care possible for them.”
As Hounds Town USA’s head of advancement, Taylor was the one offering the brand to planned franchisees. Under Taylor and Raintree’s watch, Hounds Town sold in excess of 40 areas, and presently Taylor is multiplying down on his large wagered on the doggie childcare brand by getting tied up with it himself. Taylor will keep on working at Raintree while going about as head supervisor of his Hounds Town area.
“Raintree really invests in the brands we represent,” Dowling said. “In this case, we mean that literally. We’ve helped Hounds Town USA sell dozens of franchises, and we wouldn’t do it if it wasn’t a sound investment we’d put our own money behind.”
Jackie Bondanza, Hounds Town USA’s leader, communicated comparable fervor to have the establishment deals master get on as a franchisee. As a Raintree customer, Bondanza says she ended up continually passed up the speed and nature of the work from Taylor and his group.
“After working with Raintree, our brand has propelled into a space I did not think was achievable for us in such a short amount of time. Rob and the entire Raintree team have launched us on a pathway to success. Through thick and thin, achievements and setbacks, challenges and successes, these talented team members have never lost their dedication to what they said they would do for us several years ago: help us be the biggest and the best interactive pet care system out there,” said Bondanza. “Now, they will become a big part of that effort as Hounds Town USA heads west. It can’t get much better than when one of our own becomes a #townieforlife!”
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