Robert Christensen, President and owner of Amada Senior Care Tacoma
Robert Christensen, President and owner of Amada Senior Care Tacoma,recognized that an aging America would be looking for quality senior care. Hewanted to play a part in providing that care, so in April 2012, he purchasedthe franchise rights to the Tacoma, Washington area. Today, Robert cares forover 120 seniors and employs hundreds of caregivers. Taking care of seniors is very close toRobert’s heart. In 2005, Robert’s mother-in-law, Vicky, passed away from cancerand the last six months of her life were filled with hospitals, hospice and caregivers.Robert loves the fact that he is nowable to provide Amada caregiving services to families in need and to bring thempeace of mind.
Hounds Town: Jennifer Jung and Candice Vogel
Young entrepreneurs Jennifer Jung and Candice Vogel recently took the big leap from employees to business owners to seize opportunities in the booming pet care industry.
Krupa and Ketul Parikh of Lightbridge Academy
Lightbridge Academy has a unique Circle of Care philosophy that drives its core business and incorporates staff, children, parents, community and franchisees to foster a caring educational environment.
Jason Smith of PuroClean
Jason Smith started his Annapolis, Maryland, PuroClean franchise business with only two trucks and the goal of achieving financial freedom one day.