Trust is the thread that connects Dale Martinez's two business ventures – his Mail Boxes Etc. franchises and Allelulia, a rehabilitation program for the developmentally disabled. With an emphasis on family involvement, it's a theme also in evidence within the enterprises.
Manuel Chavez was never a 98-pound weakling, and as far as he can recall, no one ever kicked sand in his face. But like a lot of young men, Mr. Chavez struggled to put on weight, tipping the scales at between 135 and 140 pounds when he finished high school.
Salamon Ramirez was never the kind of person who ate submarine sandwiches – until the day he wandered into a Blimpie's restaurant three years ago.
With 30 years in the car service business, Roberto Calarese has a very good idea what his customers want when they bring their automobiles to him for repair: Trust in the company doing the work. It's the reason he became a franchise owner in the first place.
Your car's in the shop for a few days and you're tired of bumming rides from family and friends. Do you take the bus or call a taxi when you need to go somewhere'