Milex Tune Up and Brake
If you don't know much about automotive repair, but know such a business would thrive in your community, here's your chance to fill that need. You can own your own automobile service shop built on this company's expertise.
Franchise Profile — Milex Tune Up and Brake
Milex focuses on general automotive repair. The company occupies a strategic position in the automotive aftermarket, providing entrepreneurs with the means to capture their share of the billions of dollars being spent annually.
A typical Milex Tune Up and Brake Facility will have six service bays with bright exterior graphics, eye catching signage, state of the art diagnostic equipment, a modern electronic office and a clean comfortable customer waiting area.
Franchisees start with a full 3 weeks of on-site training in a real, operating Milex TuneUp & Brakes business. During this hands-on training, you learn firsthand about how the business works, interfacing with employees and customers, and watching the selling process in action. By the end of those 3 weeks, you'll be completely familiar with the business, inside and out.
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