Knoxville, Tenn,Â February 16, 2011Â — Already servicing contracting needs for restaurants in 26Â states, Volunteer Maintenance Company (VMC) has expanded its reach by receiving a contractorâ€™sÂ license in the state of Florida. Furthering commitment to Florida, VMC has opened a Florida officeÂ and hired John Horency as Regional Manager.
According to VMC owner, Gordon Bruner, â€œWeâ€™ve identified several growth areas for VMC. One ofÂ our primary opportunities is expansion in the restaurant-heavy I-4 corridor of Florida. John will focusÂ on growing client relationships in this area as well as overseeing projects,â€ he said, â€œsince joiningÂ us in late 2010, he has already been involved in more than several projects, including work for Brinker,Â Darden and other key players in the restaurant industry.â€
â€œBy expanding our reach into Florida, weâ€™re better suited to serve our existing clients who haveÂ multiple locations throughout the United States,â€ added Bruner. â€œCustomer service has been ourÂ key growth strategy since inception of the company, and by going where our customers need us,Â weâ€™re simply continuing the tradition.â€
Founded in 1998, Volunteer Maintenance Company has worked hard to create a full service facilityÂ management company. Beginning in 1998 as a one man team, Volunteer Maintenance CompanyÂ has quickly become one of the leaders in the restaurant repair/renovation field. Now VMC servesÂ clients in 22 states and holds a contractorâ€™s licenses in Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Alabama,Â North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia and Florida. For information, visitÂ www.volunteermaintenance.com.