Fifty-six million kids have shifted their daily school lessons from the classroom to the family room due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a former elementary school teacher and mother of four, Kim Hanson knew there would not be enough curriculum to keep school children busy throughout the day. It is challenging for parent's working from home during this time to also guide their children's learning.
Franchising Gives Back
The team at Taco John’s is committed to giving back to the communities they serve – that statement holds true now more than ever. Throughout the current crisis, the brand has never slowed or stopped their efforts - instead pushing forward more than ever to lend a hand wherever possible.
At Blo Blow Dry Bar of Rocklin, California, we are taking care of those who take care of us.
For a limited time, when you purchase of a gift valued at $50+ from Blo Rocklin, we will donate a blow out to a local healthcare worker at Sutter Roseville Medical Center. Our gift cards never expire, so purchase now to use when we reopen our doors.
Together, we are experiencing unprecedented times – times of uncertainty and unknowns, impossible to explain to our children, and even impossible for us to understand. These are uncharted waters, and even while Goldfish Swim School may be closed, franchisees are stepping up to give back and support their communities.
It was early March when my franchise, BrightStar of Roseville and Sacramento, CA, anticipated the demand for face masks. That's when I entrusted my homebound family members and myself to start designing and manufacturing masks! Our community caretakers were in need, and we stepped up to help them.
We've highlighted FASTSIGNS franchisees in Florida who are committed to serving their local communities — even through difficult times such as the COVID-19 pandemic. See below for their inspirational stories!
Eric Webb — Fernandina Beach, Florida
We've highlighted FASTSIGNS franchisees who are committed to serving their local communities — even through difficult times such as the COVID-19 pandemic. See below for their inspirational stories!
Mark and Shawn Glenn — Dallas, Texas
When COVID-19 struck the restaurant landscape in mid-March, Tropical Smoothie Cafe prioritized giving back to the community. We quickly challenged our franchisees to donate 100,000 smoothies to show our gratitude to local healthcare workers and first responders on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic and give back to the communities they serve as part of the #InThisTogether campaign. These are unprecedented times, and our safety is dependent upon the selfless, hard work of our local healthcare workers and first responders, and we want to help them in any way we can.