101 Mobility Franchise: How to “Love What You Do”

101 Mobility Franchise

101 Mobility’s President, Dave Pazgan, has a saying: “If you don’t love what you do, do something else.”

Not only does our company incorporate this saying in our Core Values, but it is also something that we practice every day. That’s because, for many of us, we truly love what we do.

As you probably have discovered, there’s no shortage of franchise opportunities out there. From pest removal to chicken wings, there’s likely not a service or product that you could think of that hasn’t been spun off into a franchise system.

Yet at the end of the day, we’re sure you will be asking yourself, “Do I love what I do?”

At 101 Mobility, we feel confident that you will. As one of the nation’s leading providers of mobility and accessibility products, owning a franchise means you are directly helping veterans, people with disabilities, as well as caregivers find independence. It’s an opportunity to truly have an impact on someone’s life and watch their excitement unfold before your eyes.

That’s not a feeling you’ll likely get from owning a fast food franchise.

Although we cater to a need in a booming market, many of our franchisees cite giving back to the community as a major driving force behind their decision to join the 101 Mobility family. Deciding to be their own boss was the easy part; the hard part was finding the right franchise where they could really love what they do for a living.

Here is what a few of our franchisees had to say about running their own 101 Mobility franchise:

“You’ve got to have a higher calling to get out of bed in the morning. For me, it was talking to our veteran clients and being able to give back to them with the business. With this franchise, I get to hire veterans and serve veterans at the same time. Overall, it’s very rewarding.”
Brian Hawkins, 101 Mobility in Phoenix

“I’m always thinking of ways to improve service quality, generate more leads, and build a better business. That’s why the passion better be there. You’ve got to love what you do.”
– Jeff Franklin, 101 Mobility in Cleveland, Columbus, and Southeast Michigan

“Helping a veteran is always a great feeling! I’d say whenever we go out of our way to help someone (they) recognize it.”
Donna Dziewik, 101 Mobility in Milwaukee    

“(What) is noteworthy is the opportunity to be a part of something that’s exponentially bigger than we are. To be a part of something that’s making a huge difference in the lives of people in need. To do a little thing that joins with lots of other little things to accomplish something huge. Being part of a community. Working together with one mind and purpose. And that’s really what 101 Mobility of San Diego is all about.”
Kindra French, 101 Mobility of San Diego

“I used to work on Wall Street where I just helped other businesses. Giving back has always been important, but now that I have children it means much more. I am setting an example for them. Everything we do at our local Long Island 101 Mobility franchised business is with the intention of helping an individual and improving their quality of life.”
John Michielini, 101 Mobility in Long Island

Ready to “love what you do?” Start by finding more information about 101 Mobility’s franchise system at our franchise site or by requesting more information.

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If you have any questions about the 101 Mobility franchise system, browse our franchise site. You can also directly request information about a franchise here. To keep up to date with company news, be sure to follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook.

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  • Donna Dziewik, 101 Mobility in Milwaukee I agree with you, working together with one mind and purpose.

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