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Franchisee Satisfaction Research Firm Recognizes Ohio-Based PuroClean Franchise Owner, Becky Edgren, in the Women Category

Tamarac, FL – (August 6, 2020) ​ –  As one of the top ten esteemed franchise owners, Becky Edgren, owner of PuroClean Emergency Services in Dayton, OH, has been recognized by franchise partner satisfaction research firm, Franchise Business Review, as one of its 2020 Rock Star Franchise Owners in the Women category. Edgren was recognized for her outstanding leadership as a business owner, unwavering support of fellow women in the franchise industry, and relentless customer service to her local community in the Dayton area.

“Becky Edgren is an exemplary franchise owner in the PuroClean system, and we’re proud to have her servant heart ignite a fire showcasing the PuroClean way across all franchise networks,” said Mark W. Davis, Chairman and CEO. “With a knowledge of industry trends and a passion for helping her Dayton residents during their times of need, she is a leader not only in the restoration and remediation industry but also to women in search of becoming entrepreneurs across North America.”

Edgren was selected from more than 28,000 franchise owners, representing more than 300 brands that participated in Franchise Business Review’s research in the past 18 months. Rock Stars were nominated by their franchise brand leadership as exemplary franchise owners who excel in leadership, business acumen, financial, and professional success, and contributions to their local communities.

“I’m truly honored to be included among accomplished women leaders in franchising and proud to represent PuroClean. My success is due to their unwavering support and resources to help not only serve my community, but build the growth of my franchise,” said Edgren. “As women begin to pursue new career opportunities, I hope I encourage them to become an entrepreneur through franchising that will allow them to strive for their passions, especially in a recession-proof industry and essential business like restoration and remediation.”

With more than 30 years of experience in male-dominated industries such as manufacturing and machining, Edgren joined PuroClean in 2008 with a desire to begin her entrepreneurial journey and inspire her own three daughters. A leader who supports female empowerment through education, Becky also devotes much of her time supporting women in her field.

In the past 12 years, Edgren’s depth of expertise and focus on continued education has catapulted her franchise location to great success, with between $2 to $2.5 million in sales and 22 full-time employees. Edgren has earned numerous awards for her efforts in business and her community, including a spot on PuroClean’s President’s Circle each year since 2012, reserved for franchise owners who achieve top sales throughout the network.

“Since she first launched her career with PuroClean, Becky has experienced astounding growth within her franchise and always continues to offer support and guidance to all franchise owners in our network,” said Steve White, President and COO of PuroClean. “We are proud of her accomplishments and know she will continue to soar to new heights as the years go on.”

One of the fastest-growing restoration franchises in the United States, PuroClean enables its franchise owners to capitalize on diverse revenue opportunities and offers them unparalleled support. With a strong business-to-business program, as well as a business-to-consumer sales model that has proven effective, the company offers a pathway to success in the recession-proof, multimillion-dollar property damage restoration industry. PuroClean has earned countless accolades for its innovations in franchising, including recognition for its PuroVet program, which puts military veterans into business ownership.