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Friday, August 2, 2019





FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ALABAMA ENTREPRENEURS RECEIVE PUROCLEAN HOT SHOT AWARD



Restoration and Remediation Franchise Awards Jerral and Chrystal Ingle for Highest Sales Percentage Growth in North America


From left to right: Bud Summers, PuroClean Executive Vice President of Operations and Training;
Michael Broadrick, PuroClean General Counsel; Chrystal Ingle, Franchise Owner, Fort Payne, AL; Jerral Ingle, Franchise Owner, Fort Payne, AL; Mark W. Davis, PuroClean Chairman and CEO; Frank Torre, PuroClean Vice Chairman; Steve White, PuroClean President and COO 

Fort Payne, AL (August 2, 2019) – Jerral and Chrystal Ingle, owners of PuroClean Restoration Services in Fort Payne, Alabama, were awarded PuroClean’s Hot Shot award at the company’s international convention held recently at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan.


“Since joining PuroClean in 2016, Chrystal and I have strived to offer relentless customer service to each person we meet and work within our local community,” said Jerral Ingle. “Being honored with this award is a true testament to the hard work and dedication that our entire team provides to our customers each and every day.”

Selected from more than 280 franchises across North America, the Ingles were recognized for their outstanding growth in sales percentage from 2017 to 2018. Jerral and Chrystal credit much of their success to the outstanding work ethic of their team. As of 2018, they have expanded rapidly, adding many new team members and vehicles to the PuroClean Restoration Services business, allowing them to extend their reach and assist those in need of their expertise. The Ingles’ plan to continue growing and delivering exceptional restoration services to the Northern Alabama community for many years to come.
Prior to joining PuroClean, the Ingles operated a carpet cleaning business and were able to apply their previous experience to aid in their transition to full mitigation of property damage after joining PuroClean. As Northern Alabama natives, they are committed to providing world-class restoration services to their beloved community including DeKalb, Etowah, and surrounding counties.

“Jerral and Chrystal have utilized their extensive knowledge and made the most of Preclean’s resources to generate an impressive growth increase over the last two years,” said PuroClean’s President and COO, Steve White. “As we continue to grow our brand, we count on franchise owners such as the Ingles who can provide guidance and support as others learn to follow our franchise model to achieve similar business milestones.”

PuroClean has become one of the leading restoration franchise companies in the nation. Each year, PuroClean performs thousands of jobs throughout the United States and Canada, providing restoration services from common household mishaps to large-scale disasters.

For more information about PuroClean Restoration Services, please call 256-273-4900, email jingle@puroclean.com  or visit www.puroclean.com/prs-al.

About PuroClean
PuroClean Restoration Services serves Fort Payne and Gadsden including the DeKalb, Etowah, Cherokee, Jackson, and Marshal Counties. Known as the “Paramedics of Property Damage®,” PuroClean provides water damage remediation, flood water removal, fire and smoke damage remediation, mold removal, and biohazard cleanup to commercial and residential customers. Founded in 2001, PuroClean has a comprehensive network of 280-plus franchise offices across North America. PuroClean technicians are thoroughly screened, insured, and trained in utilizing the latest in mitigation technology and procedures, while operating under a strict code of ethics. Each PuroClean office is independently owned and operated. For more information about PuroClean, contact 800-775-7876 or visit www.puroclean.com; for franchise information, visit www.puroclean.com/franchise.
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Media Contacts:
Hemsworth Communications
Samantha Jacobs / Rachel Tabacnic
954-716-7614 or PuroCleanPR@HemsworthCommunications.com



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