Clarriot’s Care Franchisee Wins 2017 Franchise Of The Year Award

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25/01/2018 20:00 | Business & B2B Services

Husband and wife team was voted 2017 Franchise of the Year award for the brand Clarriot’s Care.

Paul and Jane Best run their Clarriots Care franchise business like a big happy family and today they celebrate being voted the brand’s best branch. The Best family own Clarriots Care’s Cheshire East franchise and the Franchise of the Year award is a recognition of ‘the dedication to providing high-quality care that all Clarriots Care offices provide their clients’. Competition may have been tight this year, but the Bests are not new to receiving rounds of applauds. Last year, the brand bestowed them with the title ‘best new Clarriots Care office.’

Steph Roll, registered manager in charge of organising the event for the team said the award was “testament to our commitment and dedication to be recognised in this way. Our staff truly care about our service users and consistently go that extra mile to ensure that the support provided is correct for each individual”.

Clarriots Care was founded by James W. Carratt in 2008 to provide person-centred care services to help less-abled people to live safely and independently in the comforts of their homes.

Upon receiving the 2017 Franchise of the Year award, Paul Best commented: “It’s a fantastic achievement for the entire Cheshire East team, I’m so proud for all their hard work this year.

“They all dedicate so much to our clients and brilliant to see the hard work has been recognised. This award makes us very proud and I can guarantee that as a team we’ll be even more determined to continue our efforts to support those in our community”.

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