Each year, the International Franchise Association recognizes franchisees whose contributions on a local level propel the economy nationally. Home Helpers is proud of our franchises for their recognition as model organizations, both in the communities they serve and at the national level.
HOME HELPERS OF GEORGIA AND ALABAMA (OWNED BY PHILLIP AND BETH DOW)
As the successful business owners of Home Helpers of Georgia and Alabama, Phillip and Beth Dow have built a family legacy and a reputation for generosity. They share their experience and best practices with new and existing franchise owners as a designated Home Helpers Training Center; Beth is also a Certified Alzheimer’s Educator known throughout the community as a home care expert.
Since opening their doors in 2007, the Dows’ team has consistently delivered quality in-home care services for families in need of a helping hand. For their outstanding work and contribution not only to the communities they serve, but also to the broader Home Helpers franchisee and business community, Home Helpers of Georgia and Alabama has earned both the President’s Award and the Pioneer Award for 2015.
Congratulations to the Dows and their entire team for their outstanding work!
HOME HELPERS OF SCOTTSBURGH, IN (OWNED BY MIKE AND BECKY ST. CLAIR)
Home Helpers of Scottsburgh, Indiana owners Mike and Becky St. Clair were honored as the Franchisee of the Year for 2014; Home Helpers president Emma Dickison praised the St. Clairs and their work, saying “Mike and Becky truly deserve this award. They embody the dedication, leadership, and entrepreneurial vision it takes to be successful with Home Helpers.”
In accepting the award, Mike St. Clair noted “We are thrilled to get this award. We made the best decision of our lives by joining Home Helpers and it is a great honor to have our hard work recognized with this prestigious award.”
The St. Clairs also received the 2014 Home Helpers President’s Award in May of 2014.
HOME HELPERS OF THE LOWCOUNTRY (OWNERS TED COOLEY AND DEBBIE MORRIS)
Cited as an impressive and model example of an in-home care franchise, Home Helpers of the Lowcountry was named IFA Franchisee of the Year for 2013. The award was presented by IFA Chairman and Roark Capital Group Managing Director Steve Romaniello, who praised the Lowcountry team:
“The franchising community is an important part of the U.S. economy due to the hard work of franchisees; the IFA is proud to recognize the outstanding efforts of Ted and Debbie with the Franchisee of the Year Award, and thank them not only for their work to promote franchising, but for the contributions they make every day to showcase how local business owners propel the economy in communities across the country.”
Owner Debbie Morris said she was truly honored as she accepted the award, and also stated “Being a part of the Home Helpers family has allowed us to make a difference in the lives of so many people – from our clients and their loved ones to that of our employees. We’re very fortunate to be in a position to help people live happier, healthier lives in the comfort of home surrounded by family and friends.”