According to Heart to Home Meals President Michael Gazer, the new additions will allow the company to serve thousands more. Gazer expects this will go a long way in helping seniors enjoy more independence and convenience in their daily lives. He noted that the company’s franchisees are devoted and motivated, something that is reflected by the customer feedback they regularly receive.
New Kingston franchise owners, Wes Mulder and Kate Cochrane first discovered Heart to Home Meals when Cochrane was looking for easy and quick meals for her ailing father. Both Mulder and Cochrane were attracted to the franchise model’s flexibility in operations, the low competition levels and the ability to provide a needed community service. The Kingston location will serve seniors from the Cobourg to Cornwall areas.
Milton franchisee owner Tim Turcotte, who will serve the Halton area, joined Heart to Home Meals for a change in career. He has an established history as a franchisee and franchisor and was looking for the chance to be part of a franchise that would tap into his relationship building skills and provide a needed service for customers.
Heart to Home Meals has seen tremendous growth across Ontario as more families, seniors and home care and health professionals use and recommend the service to others. With the estimated number of Canadian seniors expected to reach 10.4 million by 2036, as reported by Employment and Social Development Canada (http://well-being.esdc.gc.ca/misme-iowb/.3ndic.1t.4r@-eng.jsp?iid=33), this growth trend is likely to continue. Learn more about the Heart to Home Meals franchise and other opportunities at BetheBoss.ca today!