Sir Grout Awards Various Franchises for Their Outstanding Achievements
Each February, Sir Grout gathers together its nationwide hard surface restoration franchises for an annual meeting and award ceremony in sunny Estero Beach, Florida. This is a time for training, bonding, and applauding both each other and the company itself on the completion of another triumphant year. A more in-depth account of Sir Grout's annual convention of tile and grout professionals
can be found on its blog.
At this year's ceremony, awards were presented to only a select few Sir Grout franchises. The awards that were given this year and their winners are as follows:
- "Million Dollar Club" & "Grout Man of the Year" - Sir Grout of Chicago, owner Dan Lundstedt
Becoming a member of Sir Grout's "Million Dollar Club" is the result of many years of determination and hard work: two of Sir Grout of Chicago's core capabilities. For having made it into the club, Sir Grout elected Sir Grout of Chicago's owner, Dan Lundstedt, as "Grout Man of the Year."
- "Most Improved" - Sir Grout of Atlanta, owner Jeff Miller
As a result of its impressive growth in 2014, Sir Grout of Atlanta earned itself this year's award for most improved franchise.
- "Above & Beyond" - Sir Grout of Scottsdale, owner Brian Simonitsch
Owner of Sir Grout of Scottsdale, Brian Simonitsch, holds group huddles each morning to get his employees fired up for work, proving that he goes above and beyond the ordinary duties of an owner.
- "Teamwork" - Sir Grout of Boston, owner Chris Wyand
This award bestowal was a result of the Boston franchise proving itself to be one-of-a-kind when uniting over their common goal of restoring tile and grout, stone, and wood surfaces.
- "Rookie of the Year" - Sir Grout of New York, owner Eddie Moleros
- "Rookie of the Year" - Sir Grout of Central New Jersey, owner Kris MacDermant
The Central New Jersey and New York Sir Grout franchise locations were deemed to be the most worthy rookies to earn this honor due to the hard work and commitment they've demonstrated as new franchises.
On the topic of these acknowledgments, Tom Lindberg, Sir Grout's co-founder, stated, "Bringing all the franchises together and showing our gratitude to them is important to us. The satisfaction provided to our clients across the country proves how lucky we are to have such a motivated team of workers, and it's only right that we take time to reward their hard work. Seeing how well the owners have done with their individual franchises encourages us in our goal of expanding the company to include more locations, so we're always on the lookout for new Sir Grout franchise
owners of the same high quality."
For more information on becoming a franchise owner and to discover the whereabouts of the nearest Sir Grout location, visit www.SirGrout.com