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Why Franchising?

Find Out if Franchising is Right for You

As an entrepreneur, you may be wondering about the benefits of franchising over starting your own business from the ground up. Below are just a few reasons that franchising may be the right fit for you:

  • Blueprint Business. Franchising offers entrepreneurs the ability to start their own business using a proven concept. 

  • Strong Branding. When it comes to franchising, branding is already established. This means you don’t have to worry about building your brand from scratch.  

  • Access to Systems. Franchising provides you with access to proprietary systems that have been proven, refined, and designed with your success in mind. 

  • Purchasing Power. Franchisees enjoy exceptional volume pricing with third-party suppliers that have been negotiated on your behalf by national buyers.  

  • Support. Franchisees have access to experienced industry professionals and ongoing operational support.

  • Risk Avoidance. Investing in a franchise requires less capital than starting your own business. 

  • More Financing Options. It’s much easier to obtain financing with an extensive business plan in hand. 

At Weed Man Lawn Care, we’ve been perfecting our business for more than five decades. We’ve made a name for ourselves in the green industry (and the franchising industry, too). Our network has been built upon founder Des Rice’s uncompromising commitment to serving customers and keeping true to his vision, which provides Weed Man with a competitive advantage and allows us to build a strong national brand based on keeping promises and exceeding expectations…something our franchisees have done an incredible job at maintaining.

When a new franchisee comes aboard, they don’t need to worry about establishing their business name with potential customers. In most cases, prospects in your territory will already be familiar with the brand due to its international success and various industry awards. Weed Man has already survived (and conquered) 50 years in the green industry and has become a household name in the majority of US markets.