The CitruSolution organization is 84 locations strong and growing. We provide a unique and proprietary process for carpet cleaning when coupled with business policies based on personal integrity that bring a unique level of performance and success to our industry. The results? CitruSolution smells like success to Veteran Entrepreneurs.
Paul Romanick, an Army veteran, is the inventor, founder and franchisor of CitruSolution, starting from nothing to a company national in scope yet dedicated to Paul’s high standards of integrity, conducting business on a highly ethical basis, “under promise and over deliver” are Paul’s watch words. “Integrate with the community and be of more value than just the service you provide” are his business guidelines. To Paul, business success for his owners is essential but more important is a successful, flexible, enjoyable personal lifestyle. And, his owners will heartily endorse their own success in business and in life.
Stu Smith, CitruSolution owner in Brevard County, Florida, is also an Army veteran, who built a very successful (and demanding) business consulting practice but wanted more. Tired of extended trips away from family, Stu approached Paul and they formed a partnership aimed at attracting military veterans and their spouses into CitruSolution. Carpet cleaning is not glamorous but the CitusSolution business model creates the business success and lifestyle that most people, and perhaps, most veterans are craving. A comfortable, scalable income and full control over one’s schedule.
Stu relocated from Atlanta, Georgia where he based his consulting practice and, over a 20 year period, assisted many veterans to launch meaningful civilian careers. As a Board Member of the Atlanta Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Stu led the chapter effort to have local companies hire 1000 veterans. For his efforts and success of the project, Stu was recognized with the 2012 Volunteer Leadership Award.
Stu is the first veteran joining CitruSolution under the “When Johnny Comes Marching Home” program. This program is named in honor of Paul Romanick’s father who served as medical corpsman with the U.S. Army in World War II and recognized for his heroism and performance by none other than General of the Army, later President of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower. The “When Johnny Comes Marching Home” program offers veterans a $10,000 savings on the initial investment in a CitruSolution franchise. This is another example of veterans helping veterans!
CitruSolution is built on values shared by Veterans — service, integrity, discipline and self sufficiency. The franchise opportunity is ideally suited for veterans and military spouses. New owners are provided business planning, financing and marketing assistance in addition to operations training to get their businesses up and running. New owners are encouraged and expected to be involved in their local communities and continue to serve others. In addition to the initial discount, veterans have no royalty payments as overhead, allowing them to enjoy the full fruit of their labor. Stu and Paul share a vision; with hundreds of veterans establishing their own CitruSolution business and “taking their economy home” when they leave the service.
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