RESCUECOM Opens New California Franchise
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
September 8, 2004:
RESCUECOM Continues to Enlarge West Coast Presence
SAN JOSE, CA - RESCUECOM, a leading provider of on-site computer services, has licensed its fifth franchise within the state of California. This new franchise, located in San Jose, is the northernmost presence on the West coast operated by RESCUECOM. The company already operates franchises in San Diego, Temecula, Orange County, and Santa Barbara.
"By franchising, you get a head start in the business," said Kim Westfall, the new franchise operator in San Jose. "RESCUECOM has the entire infrastructure in place to support my business - from accounting to business philosophy, RESCUECOM makes owning your own business that much easier."
A lifetime veteran of Silicon Valley, Westfall has spent much of his time working with semiconductor technology developed in the region. While having most recently worked in a sales and marketing position, he is ready to get back to the services-based situation offered by his franchise.
A New York based company, RESCUECOM is quickly expanding nationwide, having licensed 21 franchises so far in 2004.
"This franchise represents our efforts to expand all along the West coast," said David Milman, CEO. "California represents a huge market for the computer services industry; with the success of Kim and other California franchisees, we hope to continue to expand throughout the state."
Headquartered in Syracuse, New York, RESCUECOM® is the premiere franchiser in the computer services industry that delivers business and sales resources from the industry's "best of the best" computer technicians and consultants. RESCUECOM's main product, One-Hour On-site Response, delivers a certified technician to the customer within one hour of request and is available nationwide. For more information on either the business or franchising opportunities, visit RESCUECOM's website at www.rescuecom.com.
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Christina Johnson, PR Specialist
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