Why Opening a Pak Mail Franchise Makes Sense

Have you ever dreamed of owning your own business, but didn’t know where to start? From filling the perfect niche to raising the funds to get it off the ground, developing and opening your own business can seem like an insurmountable task.

Enter the franchise. Opening a franchise is a great way to own your own business without the added risk and financial hurdles associated with building one from the ground up, and nothing can be more true than opening a franchise with Pak Mail. A tried and true model of success supported by a network of resources, opening a franchise with Pak Mail has everything aspiring entrepreneurs need to not just run their own business, but succeed in it as well.

A Proven Model of Success

Florida-based Pak Mail Field Consultant John Shirling knows franchising. With 48 stores under his wing spreading from Pensacola all the way down to Key West, he has spent countless hours working with franchisees to build successful Pak Mail operations.

“A franchise is a proven model of success,” says Shirling. “If you can follow direction, chances are you’ll be successful. Last thing I want is someone to reinvent the wheel.”

Pak Mail Franchise Owners in Cape Coral | Open a Pak Mail FranchiseTake for example Pak Mail Cape Coral, located in beautiful Cape Coral, Florida, owned and operated by Denise Clements and Sally Guske. Seeing an opportunity, they took over the fledgling store approximately four years ago and have since turned it into one of the most successful Pak Mail operations in the country.

But it didn’t come easy. After spending some time uprooting the foundation (figuratively speaking, of course), Denise and Sally rebuilt the store from the inside out. Eventually a change in location was needed, and so after about two years, they moved locations entirely without a decline in sales. In fact, their business only continued to grow!

In the end, Shirling attributes their success to their unwavering devotion to customer service. “There’s nothing they won’t do to make a customer happy. If they can’t do something, they’ll tell you, but they’ll also work with you to find an alternative solution so you walk out happy.” Business acumen and a desire to learn is necessary, but as Denise and Sally suggest, customer service is the backbone of franchise success.

Resources and More Resources

Whether opening a store from the ground up or taking over an existing location, Pak Mail’s collection of resources makes opening a franchise an ideal choice for those looking to own their own business with minimal risk. Our Local Area Developers, consultants, and network of franchise owners will help ensure that you know every risk, benefit, and everything in between associated with running your own Pak Mail franchise. They will help you find the right location, negotiate your lease, and develop & implement a comprehensive marketing campaign to put you on the path to success.

To that end, Pak Mail also offers two weeks of in-depth training at the International Support Center in Denver, followed by in-store training and support for when your new store opens its doors. From moment one, a helping hand is never more than a phone call away.

A Powerful Shipping Network

Diving into the world of franchising requires a powerful network, especially when it comes to the world of shipping and freight. Not only does Pak Mail have long-standing partnerships with major carriers such as FedEx, UPS, DHL, and large freight carriers, our network and infrastructure will help you understand and manage the logistics necessary to provide every customer with the ideal solution for their specific needs.

Pak Mail is committed to making your venture into franchise ownership as successful as possible. From the moment you contact one of our Local Area Developers to the day your store’s doors open to the public, you can count on Pak Mail to be with you every step of the way.

For more information about opening your own Pak Mail franchise in your hometown, visit Pak Mail today.

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