Made in the Shade Blinds
Want to start a window coverings business? Made in the Shade Blinds gives you everything you need to get started and you can operate your new blinds business right out of your home.
Franchise Profile — Made in the Shade Blinds
Do you wish to make a substantial income while working from home? Then a Made In The Shade window coverings dealership is the business opportunity for you.
Being part of Made in the Shade means you are part of a buying group that can tap into our deep discounts, volume pricing and special promotions. This allows you to obtain most products at substantially lower prices, which can significantly increase your competitive edge in your designated sales territory.
Each Made in the Shade dealership is a home-based operation with minimal overhead and zero inventory.
You receive professional training through a comprehensive training session given by one of our leading manufacturers. In this intensive session you will learn about the latest products and trends in window fashions.
You also receive a step-by-step training manual, product guides, customized business templates for popular software applications, and other reference tools which provide valuable resources to promote your continued growth, profits and success. Made in the Shade's highly trained support staff is on call for assistance, ensuring your ongoing success.
Visit their website for more information on how you can own and operate your own window covering business.
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