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DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen

August 12, 2014 09:42 ET

DreamMaker Remodeling Franchise Honors Franchisees at Reunion

DreamMaker of Ogden Remodeling Franchise Wins Franchisee of the Year as DreamMaker Owners Gather to Celebrate Success, Share Lessons and Learn

WACO, TX--(Marketwired - Aug 12, 2014) - The DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen remodeling franchise named DreamMaker of Ogden, Utah, its national franchise of the year during the company's annual franchisee reunion in Branson, Missouri.

"DreamMaker of Ogden exemplifies the excellence that we strive to provide customers," says DreamMaker President Doug Dwyer.

DreamMaker of Ogden is also a great example of the success remodelers can have growing a successful DreamMaker remodeling franchise. The business is co-owned by Brad Stevens, Steve Coombs and Nate Coombs. They recently renewed their franchise agreement for 10 more years.

Other award winners included regional franchisee of the year for region 2, DreamMaker of Amarillo & Lubbock, owned by Steve Betts; regional franchisee of the year for region 3, DreamMaker of Elizabethtown, owned by Dale and Bobbi Ressler; and national "Enhancing Lives. Improving Homes." award winner DreamMaker of Ann Arbor, owned by Bob Ender and Lee Willwerth. DreamMaker of Ogden was regional franchisee of the year for region 1.

Celebrating success, and anticipating more
The reunion is an annual event for DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen and its franchisees, and it is held in different locales each year. This year, franchisees from around the country converged at Chateau on the Lake, a resort, spa and convention center overlooking Table Rock Lake. The gathering doubled as a vacation for the families of many franchisees, who visited amusement parks and attractions in between sessions focused on improving profit margins, new technology for accurate cost estimating and project management, how to achieve great quality of life as a remodeler, strategies for promoting health and wellness, sessions on happiness and goal-setting, online marketing lessons and more.

DreamMaker calls its annual event a "reunion," not a "convention," because it's true to the nature of the get-together.

"The reunions offer a lot of great information," says Dwyer. "As valuable as the sessions are, the best part is spending time with your fellow franchisees, learning from them and making friendships. Franchise owners become like family."

To learn more about what it's like to be a DreamMaker franchise owner, visit www.dreammakerfranchise.com.

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