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The Joint Corp Announces New Regional Developer for Washington State
To facilitate this growth, The Joint welcomes
The regional developer team is comprised of four partners who bring years of franchise ownership and experience in consulting and financial services.
“We all love health and wellness membership-based businesses,” says Kelly. “The Joint has a simple business model that provides patients with quality care; I know, because I’ve been an extremely happy patient of The Joint for years.”
The Joint’s concept is one Kelly and his business partners believe in.
“The business model brings order and balance to the seemingly chaotic chiropractic industry,” Kelly explains. “The low-cost, high value proposition make it attractive for both the franchisee and the patient. Additionally, chiropractors finally have the opportunity to focus on what they love, relieving their patients of pain, without the many hassles of dealing with the insurance industry. Patients who want regular chiropractic care, but may not be able to afford maintenance care, will find The Joint as their answer.”
Kelly is a former fighter pilot. He served a combined 25 years for the
Auzenne has a strong history as an entrepreneur. He’s currently involved in several ventures, including managing an
Clinkenbeard has a background as a restaurateur with the
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