|By PR Newswire||
|March 19, 2014 04:33 PM EDT||
PROVO, Utah, March 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Precision Concrete Cutting scores high in franchisee satisfaction according to a recent survey conducted by independent market research firm Franchise Business Review.
The survey asked franchisees questions related to training and support, system communication, franchisor/franchisee relations, financial opportunity, business lifestyle, and overall satisfaction with their business. Ninety-two percent of Precision Concrete Cutting's franchisees participated in the Franchise Business Review satisfaction survey. The full results are available at www.FranchiseBusinessReview.com.
Franchise Business Review recently recognized Precision Concrete's exceptional survey results with a 2014 Franchisee Satisfaction Award—an annual award given to franchise companies with the highest satisfaction rankings.
"Precision Concrete Cutting has been our #1 franchise in the Services sector since 2011," said Franchise Business Review president Michelle Rowan. "They have a strong culture and a passion for what they do, and that shows in their franchisee satisfaction."
Founded in 1992 and franchising since 2002, Precision Concrete Cutting calls itself the "leader in safe sidewalks." The chain now has 32 locations nationwide. The initial investment for a Precision Concrete franchise ranges from $135,000 to $176,500.
Over the last eight years, Franchise Business Review has surveyed more than 100,000 franchisees from more than 700 of today's leading franchise brands. All active franchise owners who have been in business for three months or longer are invited to participate in this survey process.
"Our standard franchisee satisfaction survey includes 33 benchmark questions," Rowan said. "Franchise companies use our survey data to help better understand the experiences of their franchisees, and pin-point areas within their systems where improvements can be made to help increase satisfaction and engagement—which leads directly to overall increases in franchisee performance."
About Precision Concrete Cutting
Precision Concrete Cutting (PCC) franchises fulfill the federally mandated need to maintain sidewalks and public walkways. Additionally, they help municipalities, property managers, and companies increase safety and bring the sidewalks into Americans with Disabilities Act compliance. Anywhere there is concrete, there is a need for their service. PCC is the market leader in both technology and price using its proprietary system and methods. As a franchise owner, you have the industry's best solution, recurring revenues from renewable clients, unlimited support, and a great network of other franchise owners. Precision Concrete Cutting is headquartered in Provo, UT, and can be reached at (877) 224-0025 or by visiting their franchise website at www.PCCfranchise.com, or their operations website at www.SafeSidewalks.com.
About Franchise Business Review
Franchise Business Review is a national franchise market research firm that performs independent surveys of franchisee satisfaction and franchise buyer experiences. The firm's services include commissioned franchise research projects, as well as industry-wide studies of franchisee satisfaction. The firm administers the FBR50 – Franchisee Satisfaction Awards™—an annual rating of the top franchise companies based on the highest level of overall franchisee satisfaction by participating companies. Franchise Business Review is headquartered in Portsmouth, NH, and can be reached at (866)397-6680 or by visiting their company websites at www.FranchiseBusinessReview.com, www.Frantopia.com, or www.FBR50.com.
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