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Local Automotive Car Franchise Offers Free Selma Tickets to Students and Champions
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Last Great Cause
Detroit, Michigan - February 3, 2015 – The historical drama film, Selma, which was released in theaters on January 9th, has sparked national conversation about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his work in the Civil Rights Movement. One local, eco-friendly, automotive franchise, DetailXPerts, is honoring King’s legacy by offering 50 free tickets for the movie Selma to high school students in the Detroit area. DetailXPerts also remembers Dr. King by championing his last great cause – ending underemployment and poverty.
In 1968, King gave one of his last speeches in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. In a speech he entitled, The Other America, King stated, “The problem of unemployment is not the only problem. There is a problem of underemployment…”
DetailXPerts Franchise seeks to end the problems of unemployment and underemployment by empowering individuals to start their own eco-friendly car wash business. In April 2015 DetailXPerts will host information sessions for people who are interested in opening an automotive franchise but are currently underemployed.
“Our franchisees have a special opportunity. They can achieve financial independence and create generational wealth for the their families without having to worry about the unemployment rate or leaving a stable job where they are underemployed,” says the company’s president, Angela Williams.
Interested individuals need only have confidence in themselves and a passion for business and service. DetailXPerts Franchise works with franchisees every step of the way from financing and initial investment to day-to-day operations and business strategies.
“No business experience is needed to join DetailXPerts because we provide franchisees with the experience they need,” Williams says, “Franchisees enjoy low overhead, competitive technology that is environmentally friendly, large profits and the support of an established brand.”
In recent years, the state of Michigan, and Detroit in particular, has been trying to rebuild its economy and stabilize its unemployment rate. At the end of 2014, University of Michigan economists predicated that job growth would continue for the next two years; recovering about half the jobs the state lost between 2000 and 2009. Evidence of this growth can be seen in the record attendance at the Detroit North American International Auto Show, which ended this past Sunday.
Michigan still remains the number one state when it comes to auto suppliers, auto jobs, and auto industry economic impact. However, people remain skeptical about job stability and many more remain underemployed. “I worked at General Motors for 21 years. I saw the direction that they were going in,” says Terry Cleveland, who left General Motors and became a DetailXPerts franchisee.
The April information sessions will cover topics such as financing, market position & availability, the DetailXPerts Business model, and the support DetailXPerts provides.
DetailXPerts Franchise will also launch new, creative financing options that will help even more men and women start their own eco-friendly automotive franchise.
For more information on how to claim one of the Free student tickets for Selma or the DetailXPerts’ April Information Sessions, call 877-317-9737, or visit their car franchise website at http://www.detailxpertsfranchise.com/why-car-franchise/
With its Support Center located in Detroit, Michigan, the DetailXPerts Franchise Systems is the world’s first eco-friendly vehicle steam cleaning system. Offering a full range of services to men and women interested in business ownership. DetailXPerts Franchise Systems provides franchise opportunities to people looking to gain financial independence and to build generational wealth in an educational environment, using a proven business system. With DetailXPerts’ patent-pending process, DetailXPerts can clean 15 cars with just 2 gallons of water. Michigan’s economy is projected to continue to grow and even outpace the rest of the nation. The Small Business Administration (SBA) reported that small businesses, like automotive franchises run by DetailXPerts franchisees, employ 96% of All Americans and create two out of three new private sector jobs.