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Pestmaster Franchise Network
9716 S. Virginia St.
Suite E
Reno , NV 89511

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YESOffers Discounted Franchise Fee
YESOffers Other Franchise Fee Discounts to Military Veteran Franchisees
NOWebsite Has Military Recruitment Page
YESImplemented Programs For Educating and Recruiting Veteran Franchises
YESEfforts To Promote Current Military Veteran Franchisees To Consumers
NOFinancing Assistance To Military Veteran Franchisees
YESAssistance When A Franchisee Is Called Up For Guard Or Reserve Duty
YESTeam Dedicated To Supporting Your Veteran Franchisee Program
YESConsidered a portable home-based business

Professional Organization Programs
YESIFA VetFran Program
NOSBA’s small business development (SBDC) Programs
NOVeteran business outreach center (VBOC) Programs
YESMilitary Base Transition Program

Pestmaster® Services has always been an industry leader in Integrated Pest Management (IPM). Our Mission is to provide the most effective pest management services with our first and foremost concern for the safety and health of our Customers, their Families, and their Pets. We specialize in government pest control services. We are Vet Friendly and looking for SDVBE's (Wounded Warriors) to join us.

Maintenance Services, Services-General, Business-Related

Year founded

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Number of franchisee-owned outlets

Number of franchisee-owned outlets that are identified as military veteran-owned

Number of company owned outlets

Geographical areas of franchise operations
Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Maryland, New Jersey, National, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington

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Average total out of pocket cost

Franchise fee percentage discount amount to military veteran franchisees

Percentage of recruitment budget dedicated to recruiting military veteran franchisees

Implemented programs for educating and recruiting veteran franchisees
Involvement with VetFran program instituted by the IFA.

Assistance when a frachisee is called up for Guard or Reserve duty
We can help with the screening and hiring process through our HR Department to find qualified replacement/employment candidates.

Motivation behind starting a veteran-focused franchisee program
To offer discounts to our military veterans. To make our business stronger by recruiting and partnering with military veterans who have the skills and the motivation to provide themselves and their families a great opportunity by owning their own business. We also want to compete for SDVBE set aside contracts, with franchise units owned by these veterans.

Plans to strengthen veteran-focused franchisee program
Participate/advertise more within transitional services. VET Fran participation and other out efforts.

Assistance to veteran franchisees during the start up and kick off phases
Traning, support, networking, vehicle discounts, supply and equipment discounts through our vendors, they can also qualify for reduced auto and liability insurance. Teach franchises touse GSA Schedules.

Ongoing efforts to assist and support the veteran franchisees
Share information through our memberships with industry specific organizations. Networking and ongoing education with our tri-annual meetings.

Team dedication to supporting your veteran franchise program
Jeff Van Diepen, MBA Wayne O'Hara, Franchise Director John Stein, E. Coast Operations Manager – US Military Veteran

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Home based information
Easily done from home when starting. Operate out of service truck and small area of a garage for material and equipment storage (10'x10').

Veteran promotions
We will occasionally offer a free service vehicle as an incentive to purchase a franchise. ($8-10k value)

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