Mint Condition Franchising, Inc.
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Franchise Profile — Mint Condition Franchising, Inc.
Mint Condition provides commercial cleaning and janitorial services on a contract basis for owners or small to mid-size buildings.
Mint Condition makes it easy for you to be successful by taking care of many of the non-cleaning issues. Mint Condition handles training, accounting and marketing out of corporate headquarters so franchisees can focus on what they do best - taking care of their customers on a day-to-day basis.
Our extensive training includes cleaning techniques & standards, customer service, sales & marketing, personnel, floor care maintenance.
A Mint Condition franchise is inexpensive to open - you can open your franchise for as little as $1,000 up-front. Financing is available for both the initial franchise fee and the opening equipment/supply package, the total of which can range from $4,000 to $45,000.
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