Franchise Business Review ranks FirstLight No. 30 out of Top 200 franchise opportunities based on survey of owner satisfaction and performance
FirstLight Home Care, a leading national provider of non-medical home care, has been named by Franchise Business Review as a top franchise opportunity for 2019 based on franchisee satisfaction and performance, ranking No. 30 on the list of 200.
More than 30,000 franchise owners were surveyed, representing 310 franchise brands, to determine the best franchises of 2019. Franchise Business Review’s top franchise list is based on franchise owner answers to questions that focused on areas such as the home office’s leadership, training, core values and also the owner’s business lifestyle and how much they enjoyed running their franchise.
“Making this list is very satisfying because it’s based on surveys of owners and shows how happy they are to be a part of the FirstLight family,” said Jeff Bevis, co-founder and CEO of FirstLight Home Care. “We feel that the key to our continued growth is to serve our home care clients exceptionally well and to do everything in our power to make our owners successful. We take the team concept very seriously and a ranking like this proves that our approach is working.”
In addition to making Franchise Business Review’s Franchise Opportunity list, FirstLight has also made Franchise Business Review’s top franchise for veterans list for the past two consecutive years.
“We are always looking for more ways to show appreciation for those who have served our country,” Bevis said. “We have programs in place to provide veterans with assistance in opening their own FirstLight business, and we’ve had tremendous success at our locations owned by those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.”
FirstLight Home Care discounts its franchise fee by $12,500 for all U.S. military veterans. Additionally, Jeff Bevis, serves as the current committee chairman of the International Franchise Association (IFA) Education Foundation VetFran Committee, which helps provide access and opportunities in both employment and franchising for veterans and their spouses.
FirstLight regularly attends and presents at regional and national events that are created to assist transitioning veterans to highlight both business ownership and employment opportunities that exist within the franchise industry for veterans and their spouses.
FirstLight serves seniors, adults with disabilities, new mothers, veterans, those recovering from surgery and other adults in need of assistance. The company’s caregivers help with many needs – from personal hygiene and household duties such as cooking, cleaning and running errands to mobility assistance and dementia care.
For more information about FirstLight Home Care’s franchise opportunities, visit www.firstlightfranchise.com.