The Rush Espresso, a woman-owned espresso truck firm in California, has a brand new franchisee within the North San Diego market.
“After 5 years of a profitable and rising enterprise in San Diego, we made the thrilling choice to develop our enterprise providing to like-minded of us, serving up the identical freedom and enjoyable we have had for the previous 5 years,” Claire Oksayan, co-founder of The Rush Espresso, stated in a press launch when the franchise program opened in late 2021. “We’re comfortable to have our latest franchise associate be a part of us and assist ship happiness in Southern California.”
The Rush Espresso franchise alternative was developed with the associate, and ladies, in thoughts.
The most recent franchisee feels the identical approach, in accordance with the discharge.
“After 9 years of elevating our two kids to highschool age, it was time for me to discover a new alternative. A fan of The Rush Espresso, it was excellent timing to study they have been franchising,” Chari Myers, proprietor of the North County San Diego territory alongside the I-15 hall, stated in a press launch. “I’ve at all times been thinking about pursuing entrepreneurship, being my very own boss and being in command of my very own future. The very best factor is that I like espresso, and this enterprise aligns with my values.”
The Rush Espresso’s first franchise associate, George Hadden, is working out of Liberty Hill, Texas.
“I made this enterprise choice to associate as a franchisee due to my deep love for espresso and freedom of working the place and after I need,” Hadden stated within the launch. “The Rush Espresso has a enterprise mannequin I consider in and know works.”