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Coverall Cleaning Concepts Names ‘Million Dollar Club' Winners

July 11, 2007
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BOCA RATON, FL (July 10th, 2007) - Coverall Cleaning Concepts has recognized five Support Centers as members of the 2006 Million Dollar Club, an honor reserved for the commercial cleaning company’s regional sales and service offices that generate more than $1 million in revenues in a given year. The 2006 winners, named at the Coverall Cleaning Concepts annual convention in Phoenix, include the company’s Northern New Jersey, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Tampa and San Diego Support Centers.

“Reaching the million-dollar milestone is significant for any Support Center, and the success of these five offices is part of an overall growth pattern throughout our franchise network,” said Ted Elliott, President and Chief Executive Officer of Coverall Cleaning Concepts. “Our attention to quality cleaning, the development of our proprietary cleaning program for healthcare facilities, and our strong customer and Franchise Owner support systems all contributed to another record year in 2006.”

Coverall Cleaning Concepts currently has 90 Support Centers and more than 9,000 Franchise Owners who service nearly 50,000 customer accounts around the world, including small and large office buildings, industrial complexes, healthcare facilities, banks, department stores, corporate headquarters, and even historic sites.

Each Support Center functions as a franchise sales office, advisory resource, and central point of contact for local businesses that are interested in using the company’s cleaning services.

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