Mobility City is a one-of-a-kind business, providing repair and cleaning of mobility equipment, which includes wheelchairs, power chairs, scooters and more. This pioneering business serves groups, facilities, hospitals, organizations and individuals with restricted mobility because of their age, injuries caused by accidents, illness and other conditions. By Rose Mango
Before launching their 360˚ Painting franchise last summer, Mack and Sharon Strange were unsure if their post-retirement collaboration was a good idea. Mack, a former minister, and Sharon, a former teacher, had differing managerial styles. But after almost one full year in business, their Nashville-based company is booming. By Jessica Jones
For more than a decade, Brent Walker worked as a contract ICU nurse, traveling from Michigan to Southern California, offering his services in 14 different hospitals. He was burned out and looking for a career transition when a friend started talking about an entrepreneurial opportunity. By Jessica Jones
Pet lovers want the best for their pets, but let’s face it, taking a dog or cat to the groomer can be a time-consuming inconvenience. Dropping off Fido, waiting around for a call announcing the pup is ready, and then rushing to pick him up before the shop closes, can tie you up for an entire day. By Rochelle Miller
While many businesses have struggled in the midst of COVID-19, Runningboards Marketing has been expanding. The digital mobile billboard franchise has accomplished a feat not many emerging brands have been able to do in the middle of a pandemic – secure its first two franchise deals.
Vending is the true definition of a mobile business, and that is one of the things Naturals2Go owners love about the product. This owner-operated business opportunity enables investors to run the business out of their home offices. Outside of being in the community to identify new opportunities or to tend to a unit, everything else can be done from the comfort of your home. By Nancy E. Williams
For over 40 years, Screenmobile has been the nation’s largest mobile screening company and the largest consumer of screens in the world! In 1980, Monty M. Walker and his two sons began repairing and installing screens for their Glendora, California, community using a homemade wooden tent trailer.