Our Franchise Partners Say It Best
What's The Word on WOW?
Hear from our Franchise Partners
Our Franchise Partners come from all different professional backgrounds, but they all share one thing in common: they're leaders, founders... and they want to invest in their future.
We're In The News, Too
Our founder and CEO Brian Scudamore on how he built 1-800-GOT-JUNK? into the world's largest junk company – then scaled up, launching WOW 1 DAY PAINTING and Shack Shine.
"I’m able to schedule my time around my family. I’m able to pick up from school. I’m a working mom, but a working mom that still gets to have time with her kids. For me, that's what living the dream looks like."
Sami Martinez,Franchise Partner - Colorado North
"We love the connections we are able to make with other franchise owners in the system. WOW 1 DAY PAINTING has a culture that promotes growth, offers a support system, focuses on the customer, and provides constant feedback. We truly believe this is a recipe for success!"
Vik Patel and Hira Oad,Franchise Partner - Fox Valley, IL
"What does being a Franchise Partner mean to me? Well, first thing, nobody can ever fire me. Secondly, I set my own upper level of how successful I want to be, how much money I want to make, and what kind of stability I can provide for my family. That's what it's all about."
Kim Rood,Franchise Partner - York, ON
"I was looking for something in home services. Something that isn't going away – an industry that's been around for years and will continue on for years. WOW 1 DAY PAINTING’s whole model is focused on the customer, providing that exceptional experience, and delivering on what you promise. That really checked the box for me, because it's those things that are important to me as a consumer. "
Kevin Sweetnam,Franchise Partner - Monmouth County, NJ
"There is so much potential with this business. The industry is so fragmented and we provide a level of service that others don’t. It’s also very gratifying to be in charge of your own future. At corporate jobs, they restructure to benefit the higher-ups without thinking about the employee. As a franchise owner, I never have to worry about that again."
Mike Sandness,Franchise Partner - Minneapolis, MN
"It had nothing to do with the fact it was a painting business at all – it was about the brand, and the people behind the brand. Right from the very start of the interview process, it just felt like a fit."
Jill Sieber,Franchise Partner - St. Paul, Minnesota