Bactronix continues First to Market Growth with new Franchise Addition
Bactronix performs an environmentally safe, nanotechnology based sanitizing process improving the environment, safety and well-being of the general population. Their mission is to establish a reliable business built on the pillars of honesty, trust and goodwill. They listen to the needs of our customers and provide our services to the highest ethical standards.
The Bactronix Corporation closes another franchise deal for the SW Penn territory on April 17th. The Ardinger family acquired the franchise as a family. The business will be run by Cliff Ardinger Sr. Lynn Ardinger, Ashley Neubauer, Ron Neubauer, Amanda Ardinger and Cliff Ardinger will round out the team.
Bactronix Founder and CEO, Joseph P. Kleynjans, has directed and lead the organization forward into franchise growth as a vehicle to expand, develop and build new awareness and opportunity for franchisees. Mr. Kleynjans had this to say, “We are thrilled with the addition of great franchisees and in a market full of opportunity in South Western Pennsylvania. Our organization has taken a step forward in the right direction with the addition of the Ardinger and Neugebauer families.”
In 2011, Bactronix was founded as a local Pittsburgh company, specializing in nanotechnology to reduce and control bacteria, mold, fungi, viruses and VOC’s. The national awareness and concerns pertaining to the super bugs, bacteria, viruses, mold, mildew and VOC’s have accelerated the demand for the Bactronizing Process.
The Bactronizing Process (an exclusive to the Bactronix Corporation) includes several patented products which are delivered through a state-of-the-art atomizing electrostatic process.
Based on local success and the national demand, Bactronix is now offering franchise opportunities throughout the entire U.S. This is not an offer for the sale of a franchise, please review our FDD for information on registration and filing states.
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