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Meet the Newest TruBlue Franchisees

The first quarter of 2021 saw growth in the footprint of the TruBlue Total House Care network in Indiana, Georgia, Texas, and Colorado.  TruBlue has proven to be a pandemic resistant franchise model as it is not only growing its number of locations during this challenging time, but it is also growing sales revenue.

Meet the Newest Franchisees:

jay Lowery TruBlue Cummings/Dawsonville

“We saw a real need for a business that could bring a professional, one-call-does-it-all house care solution to this community,” Tracey said. “We are looking forward to building a successful business by combining a top-notch customer service experience with high-quality workmanship.”

Jay and Tracey Lowery

TruBlue Total House Care of Cumming/Dawsonville

“We are part of this community and we are here to stay, so we were looking for a way to make a positive impact while providing a much-needed service. What we do at TruBlue both allows families to enjoy their homes without sacrificing the time it takes to make home repairs or find individual, trustworthy contractors to help and gives seniors the opportunity to age in a safe, well-maintained home,” Mark said.

Mark and Julie ODell

TruBlue Total House Care of Centennial

Mark and Julie Odell, TruBlue Franchise Owners

“TruBlue offers a needed service to an underserved community and it’s something I knew I could get behind. I grew up on the West side of Indy and I’m eager to bring this service to the area,” Roberts added.

Whitney Roberts

TruBlue Total House Care of Indianapolis West

“When our parents lived with us, we took great care to make sure our homes were safe, but now that we’re Senior Home Safety Assessment Certified, we realize there are things we hadn’t even considered, like swapping door handles or getting rid of area rugs. Most seniors want to stay in their homes for as long as possible and, with some relatively minor adjustments and regular maintenance, it’s more feasible than ever,” Rachel said.

Marshall and Rachel Brewer

TruBlue of Augusta

Marshall and Rachel Brewer, TruBlue Franchise Owners
Scott & Jenn Long New TruBlue owners

“I was diagnosed with cancer a year ago and, while I’m now cancer free, it changed my perspective. As we paused to think about what we wanted to do next, we knew we wanted to own our own business. We decided to launch TruBlue of Sugar Land because it was an opportunity to build a legacy for our family while providing a much-needed service and giving back to the community,” Jennifer said.

Scott and Jennifer Long

TruBlue of Sugar Land

These new owners each saw the value in investing in a franchise in the booming home improvement and senior industries. Trublue provides franchisees with proven systems and ongoing training, including certification through Age-Safe America. If you’d like to know more about how to become a TruBlue owner, fill out an inquiry form now.