Ziebart Adds Franchisees In Pennsylvania, Dallas

Ziebart Adds Franchisees In Pennsylvania, Dallas

“This year is on track to be another record growth year for franchise development,” said Thomas Wolfe, president and CEO of Ziebart International.

TROY, Michigan – Ziebart International Corp. announced that it has inked two new franchise agreements in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, and Dallas.

Mike Jensen of Quakertown, Pennsylvania, is the fourth franchisee in the state. Slated to celebrate his grand opening in July, Jensen will operate the Quakertown location with help from his son, Colin.

Pankerj Pragji and his wife, Dipa Desai, will be opening the third Ziebart location in Texas and the first location for the Dallas market. The franchise couple is focused on property negotiations and expects to open their doors in the coming months, Ziebart noted.

“This year is on track to be another record growth year for franchise development,” said Thomas Wolfe, president and CEO of Ziebart International. “With the addition of these two locations, as well as the expansion in West Seneca, N.Y. in March, we are excited to extend our reach into these new markets.”

Ziebart offers single and master franchise opportunities to qualified investors.

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