St. Paul, MN – NOVUS Glass is proud to announce that we have taken the top ranking for auto service franchises in Entrepreneur Magazine’s 38th Annual Franchise 500 listing. The only automotive service company in the top 100 franchises listed, NOVUS continues its reign as the leader of automotive franchise systems. Our franchisees’ ability to perform the largest number of superior quality repairs, including long crack repair, has led to our domination in the windshield repair category, taking first place once again. Our franchise network’s strong growth and outstanding performance within the glass industry has prompt Entrepreneur Magazine to increase NOVUS’ ranking to 85th for overall top franchise organization for 2017.
‘It is our franchisee’s hard work and commitment to our high standards for quality products and excellent service that has led to the growth and success of our company,’ says Rick Christiaanse, Chief Commercial Officer & VP of Operations, TCGI. ‘We are proud of this acknowledgement from Entrepreneur Magazine and will continue to provide an excellent business opportunity to candidates who exemplify the same beliefs and standards that made NOVUS the recognized brand you can trust in the consumer market today.’
Entrepreneur magazine’s Franchise 500® is the world’s first, best and most comprehensive franchise ranking. Recognized by entrepreneurs and franchisors as a top competitive tool of measurement, the Annual Franchise 500 ranks franchise companies based on exceptional performance in areas including financial strength and stability, growth rate, and brand power.
About NOVUS Glass
NOVUS Glass is part of Fix Network World, the global leader in the automotive aftermarket services sector. With its Repair First, Replace When Necessary® commitment, NOVUS Glass can repair more windshields with greater optical clarity and structural integrity than any other system in the industry and guarantees repairs for the life of the windshield. NOVUS has been awarded more U.S. Patents for windshield repair than any other company in the auto glass industry.
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