Volunteer Maintenance Company expands reach into Florida

by / Sunday, 20 February 2011 / Published in Catch-All, Clients

Knoxville, Tenn, February 16, 2011 — Already servicing contracting needs for restaurants in 26 states, Volunteer Maintenance Company (VMC) has expanded its reach by receiving a contractor’s license in the state of Florida. Furthering commitment to Florida, VMC has opened a Florida office and hired John Horency as Regional Manager.

According to VMC owner, Gordon Bruner, “We’ve identified several growth areas for VMC. One of our primary opportunities is expansion in the restaurant-heavy I-4 corridor of Florida. John will focus on growing client relationships in this area as well as overseeing projects,” he said, “since joining us in late 2010, he has already been involved in more than several projects, including work for Brinker, Darden and other key players in the restaurant industry.”

“By expanding our reach into Florida, we’re better suited to serve our existing clients who have multiple locations throughout the United States,” added Bruner. “Customer service has been our key growth strategy since inception of the company, and by going where our customers need us, we’re simply continuing the tradition.”

Founded in 1998, Volunteer Maintenance Company has worked hard to create a full service facility management company. Beginning in 1998 as a one man team, Volunteer Maintenance Company has quickly become one of the leaders in the restaurant repair/renovation field. Now VMC serves clients in 22 states and holds a contractor’s licenses in Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Alabama, North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia and Florida. For information, visit www.volunteermaintenance.com.

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