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Fully Promoted Announces Office Model Concept

The office model will "combine the best of both worlds-vendor accessibility and a host of quality services backed by the Fully Promoted name," according to the company.

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Fully Promoted Office Model
Fully Promoted Office Model

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Fully Promoted, a nationwide franchise brand that offers promotional products, embroidery, promotional apparel, screen printing, and marketing services, announces a new office model. The office model will “combine the best of both worlds-vendor accessibility and a host of quality services backed by the Fully Promoted name,” according to the company.

Part of United Franchise Group’s affiliated companies and brands, Fully Promoted has traditionally made and sold products and apparel through the brand’s retail shops since its inception as EmbroidMe. However, the new office concept allows franchisees to take an ownership role in the business without having to oversee in-house production. 

“There are many qualified businessmen and women with good marketing experience that don’t want to be involved in the production, so this concept is a wonderful option for sales-minded individuals,” Mike Brugger, president of Fully Promoted, says. “It allows these professionals to leverage their talents in marketing and customer service against the broad market presence and strong 20-year reputation for the quality of the entire Fully Promoted brand. The office model also carries the advantage of being a simple, rapid start-up since there is no need to consider extra space or costs for production equipment.”

Those already in the promotional product industry can now take their existing businesses and integrate them into the Fully Promoted office model, with the benefit of receiving access to Fully Promoted vendors. Additionally, office model owners will have access to some Fully Promoted locations with specialized equipment needed for embroidery, screen-printing, garment printing, and vinyl transfers.

“The ideal candidate for a franchise office model is a current business owner that can take advantage of immediate buying power, support, and training needed to make their business successful,” Brugger adds. 

A typical office space model can accommodate an owner, a salesperson, and a conference room. Fully Promoted says the space is also ideal for meeting clients and discussing the products and services they need.

“Our office model gives them (franchisees) the backing of the Fully Promoted name, long associated with quality products and services, and our conversion program is offered at a special rate for those with industry experience,” Brugger says.

For more information, visit fullypromotedfranchise.com

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