Jared Hennings Signs With Footprints Floors To Bring the Family First Flooring Business to Northern Virginia
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Jared Hennings Signs With Footprints Floors To Bring the Family First Flooring Business to Northern Virginia

WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ - Footprints Floors was founded by Bryan Park in 2008 to bring something new to the flooring industry: strong customer service, consistent communication and five-star experiences. Now, Northern Virginia is next on the list to experience the Footprints Floors promise thanks to Jared Hennings, a seasoned entrepreneur who recently signed on to open a territory in the area.

"Welcome home - that's what we look forward to Jared's customers saying to their friends, family and neighbors after our work is complete," said Park. "We ensure a 'welcome home' level experience by doing a great job, and we know Hennings will represent our brand."

Hennings left his previous corporate career to become a franchisee. The 17-year project manager is gearing up to open his own Footprints Floors in the D.C. metro area.

While he has a background in business ownership and is confident that Footprints Floors will provide the support he needs to break into this market. He is looking forward to freedom as a franchisee, along with the future opportunities this floor upgrade business could provide for his two sons.

"I want to build a company where customers know that we're going to take care of them. I want it to be a value-based business. For me as an operator, I think it's important that the people who I work with are getting fair wages and good working conditions, as well." says Hennings.

Footprints Floors has been pouring attention into its philanthropic arm, the First Fruits Fund. Through the fund, the franchisor is able to partner with local faith-based organizations, donating to and volunteering with family services, poverty reduction, homelessness prevention, addiction rehabilitation and other meaningful societal issues.

"I see our business as a way to live up to my values of supporting my neighbors and lending a hand to those in need," said Park. "A business should be about more than just making money for its stakeholders; it should play a positive role in its community. We will do that in the Northern Virginia area, too."

SOURCE Footprints Floors

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