Amid the national pandemic that has halted many business operations across various industries, Screenmobile, “America’s Neighborhood Screen Stores,” has remained as strong as ever. The brand recently opened new locations (and announced new ownerships) in several cities across the nation, such as Destin, Florida; Cincinnati; Palmdale and Orange County, California; Boerne, Texas; and Prince William and Fairfax County, Virginia.
After a significant year of growth in 2019, Screenmobile started the new decade off strong. As COVID-19 hit the U.S. in early March, most Screenmobile locations were able to safely continue business operations as essential businesses.
“As the social distancing became a reality, our system adjusted really well to working with no customer contact. I am really proud of our new franchisees staying strong and working through a difficult start up,” said Scott Walker, President and CEO of Screenmobile.
The months of March and April also gave a big boost to the brand, with six new franchisees opening up amidst the health crisis. Existing locations continued to see tremendous sales growth (sales numbers varied by location), with select locations seeing as much as a 20 percent increase in April.
Screenmobile remains a proven, recession-resistant mobile franchise concept. The brand offers low overhead (with a quick ramp-up time) and has a seamless process to measure, manufacture, install and ensure a proper fit of the screens—all in one visit.
And, Screenmobile continues to grow. Franchisees opened more than 17 units last year, bringing the brand’s total number to 129 units in communities across the United States.
Screenmobile’s success is rooted in its commitment to customer satisfaction.
For more information on Screenmobile, visit https://www.screenmobile.com.