Cornwell Quality Tools
If you want to be part of an age-old tool franchise, you're in luck. Cornwell Quality Tools gives those motivated people, like yourself, a chance to work outside the office and deal directly to customers.
Franchise Profile — Cornwell Quality Tools
Cornwell Quality Tools was started in 1919 and has been providing customers with great products since.
The company got its start in early Ohio by skilled blacksmith Eugene Cornwell, who began mixing other ingredients into steel to create more rugged and longer lasting tools for his customers. Seeing his successful business growing, he then forged a company. Cornwell Quality Tools has been-and remains-a family owned and operated business. Every franchisee is also treated as one of the Cornwell family.
Franchisees will be running their Cornwell Franchise out of their truck. The more you sell, the more you earn! The franchisor provides financing as well as geographic territories that are large enough for a growing company. They offer extensive training to franchisees, not just when they join, but continued support for any questions they may have. As a Cornwell dealer, you will receive free catalogs in addition to flyers that will help promote your business. Your route will be assigned to you by your district manager, which will provide repeat and new sales to customers. Your sales manager will provide you information on what customers will need as well as their buying history.
For a solid future, build your success with a Cornwell Quality Tools franchise!
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