Jun 03, 2020

“Brotherhood Bonds:” Veterans Find a New Mission with Home Instead Franchise Ownership

No matter the branch of service, military veterans share many common values: a strong desire to serve others, a drive to give back to their communities, an eagerness to build a legacy.

Not surprisingly, the Home Instead network mirrors these values. Our mission drives us to serve seniors with world-class care in their own homes, give back to our communities through a variety of charitable endeavors and to provide an opportunity for franchise owners to build a business legacy that can be passed down to the next generation.

Perhaps this is why veterans express high satisfaction with their decision to become Home Instead franchise owners.

"Home Instead was appealing to me because I have a sense of vocation in my life," said Bert C, retired U.S. Army veteran and franchise owner. "I don't want to just have a job. I want to be able to give back to my community, to care for those who have paved the way for us."

Stephen B, another U.S. Army veteran and franchise owner in Owensboro, Kentucky, expresses a similar sentiment. "What I enjoy most about Home Instead is being able to positively change people's lives, and I think that's a direct correlation with the military, as well. It gives you a sense of pride in service to others."

Thanks to these shared values, veterans often find a great fit with the Home Instead network - #1 senior care franchise network. We offer franchise opportunities in territories across the country, so you can choose where to start your post-military career.

If you're a retired veteran – or if you're approaching retirement – and would like to learn more about what it takes to become a mission-driven franchise owner with a company that shares many of your core values, contact us today.

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