Tempe, AZ, August 25, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Are you an Arizona veteran who would like to start a business but lack money to get it going? Air Force Disabled Veteran Wayne Borelli and his wife Samantha of Scottsdale plan to help a local veteran realize the dream of having their own business.
The Borellis are the Arizona Master Franchisee of Husse (Hoo-Sah), an international specialty pet food franchise, and will be granting an Arizona veteran a franchise unit completely free. The person who receives the grant will be announced on Nov. 10 at the Phoenix Veterans Summit.
“As a veteran-owned business, we understand the unique challenges our fellow veterans face when it comes to finding a job or starting a business, and we decided to do something about it,” said Samantha. “Owning a business is a dream of many veterans, but the initial investment needed is often an insurmountable challenge. We wanted to do our part by removing this hurdle. The value of the franchise is greater than $15,000 and it includes everything needed to successfully launch the veteran’s new career and serve customers from day one!”
Husse franchise owners can run the business from their home and do not need not to have a store front or employees. They sell and home-deliver high-quality pet food, and they educate their customers about healthy pet nutrition. Husse franchise owners are continuously trained and educated about the latest in pet nutrition, and are provided with local support to run their business. A unit franchise territory of up to 50,000 residents will be awarded as part of the grant. This license, starter inventory, apparel, exhibition tent, and cost of vehicle wrap (up to $2000) will be included at no cost to the winning grantee.
The Husse grant was also vetted and is supported by The Veterans Directory, and the organization has produced a short video about the opportunity. https://vimeo.com/168087038
Husse Arizona is now accepting applications for the grant through the Sept. 30, 2016 deadline, and veterans of all ages are encouraged to apply. Information about the grant as well an easy to fill out online application is available at: http://www.husseaz.com/veteran-grant-program. “Veterans who have any questions about filling out the application should call us at 480-498-8754,” Samantha adds.
Husse was founded in Sweden in 1987. Today, Husse has licensed franchisees delivering a range of premium quality pet food, cat litter and various accessories to the doorstep of its customers around the world with no additional charge. In 2015, this healthy Swedish food came to the U.S.
Owning a Husse franchise in Arizona (www.husseaz.com) offers an opportunity for a pet lover to become a business owner in the booming industry of specialty pet food. Husse Arizona provides its franchisees with their own exclusive territory and just about everything needed to start a business, including practical expert training regarding pet nutrition.