Kitchen Tune-Up Franchise Gathers for National Reunion
Joining Kitchen Tune-Up means more than simply investing in a proven franchise concept – you’re joining a family of franchisees that have similar interests and goals. The Kitchen Tune-Up annual convention is even called a “National Reunion.”
The 2016 National Reunion was held in February in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and served as a way to honor exceptional franchisees and get the whole franchise family together for three days of training, networking, and fun. The dinner and awards banquet brought the spotlight on several franchise owners who have gone above and beyond in 2015.
Paul Climer, owner of Kitchen Tune-Up in Las Vegas, won the “National Customer Service Award” for his dedication to providing an outstanding customer experience, mirroring the brand’s focus on this exact sentiment.
Both the Fort Collins, Colorado and Foley, Alabama ownership teams (Matt and Tara Layette and Brian Daigle, respectively) were awarded the “Rising Star Award” for exceeding expectations in their first two years in business.
Bruce and Lori Morgan in Colorado Springs won the “Project of the Year Award” and Dale Heagle in East Syracuse, New York, was honored for 20 years as a Kitchen Tune-Up franchise owner.
Finally, Russ and Pam Rysavy in Rapid City, South Dakota was given the prestigious “Franny of the Year” award. Kitchen Tune-Up’s highest honor is awarded to the top overall franchise in the system as judged according to performance in several categories including sales, customer service, and service offerings.
For more information on Kitchen Tune-Up’s innovative franchise concept and opportunities to invest in and operate the business in the United States, visit www.ktufranchise.com.