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EmbroidMe Frankston owners inducted into franchise hall of fame

The United Franchise Group has announced that the owners of Australian franchise EmbroidMe Frankston have been inducted into the EmbroidMe Hall of Fame. franchise winners

The United Franchise Group, a franchise development company, recognised the success of Victorian franchisees Nancy and Pete Bloomfield by inducting them into the EmbroidMe Hall of Fame. EmbroidMe, the world’s largest embroidery franchise, chooses new inductees into the Hall of Fame from over 400 businesses in 15 countries. The franchise must have been in business for at least five years and reached $500,000 in sales for two consecutive years.

The Bloomfields’ success have led to their attainment of EmbroidMe’s highest award, according to President and founder of United Franchise Group, Ray Titus.

“Nancy and Pete represent everything we are looking for in Hall of Fame winners,” said Mr Titus.

“They have a highly successful EmbroidMe location, and they are excellent team players serving as mentors and leaders to guide other owners in our extensive franchise system,” added Mr Titus.

EmbroidMe Frankston’s previous success include one International and two Australasian President’s Awards in 2007 and 2008, the International Mentor of the Year

Award and a Top Quality Award in 2008. EmbroidMe Frankston’s Heather Salter became the first Australian EmbroidMe salesperson to be presented with an International Salesperson of the Year Award.

Gaining entry into an elite group of franchise owners who represent excellence in the industry is a great honour, says Mr Bloomfield.

“Nancy and I are truly blessed to be part of the EmbroidMe family. They support our local business with the strength of successful international system,” said Mr Bloomfield.

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