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Pitts earns franchisee award

Office Pride Founder/CEO Todd Hopkins, at left, congratulates Orlando Pitts and Tawanda Pitts. CONTRIBUTED
Office Pride Founder/CEO Todd Hopkins, at left, congratulates Orlando Pitts and Tawanda Pitts. CONTRIBUTED
MADISON – Orlando Pitts, owner of Office Pride of Madison, has won the coveted “Beverly McQueen Brand Ambassador Award.”
Pitts accepted the award at the company’s recent annual retreat and awards ceremony in Louisville, Ky. Office Pride, a national franchise, is recognized as one of the most trusted full-service commercial cleaning and total floor care companies in the industry.
“I couldn’t be more thankful to receive such an esteemed recognition,” Pitts said. “We strive to represent the mission of Office Pride with everything we do, and this award is a testament to the hard work of our team.”
With the theme “Discipline to Win,” the 2016 retreat celebrated company-wide accomplishments.
“On behalf of the entire company, I would like to congratulate Orlando on winning our highly respected award and the overall incredible results he has achieved in the past 12 months,” Todd Hopkins said. Hopkins is Founder/CEO of Office Pride.
“Orlando’s business is a strong example of an outstanding Office Pride franchisee. We thank him, along with our entire franchise network, for upholding the highest level of client service this year,” Hopkins said.
The franchisee who receives the Beverly McQueen Brand Ambassador Award embodies the Office Pride identity with positive demeanor, strong leadership and successful recruiting. The winner also enthusiastically represents the brand in their everyday business operations and lifestyle.
This award is named after Beverly McQueen, a long-time friend of Office Pride who lost her battle to cancer in recent years.
“It’s an awesome feeling to look back on the achievements we met this past year,” Pitts said. “I’m looking forward to the years ahead with my team members who are so passionate about Office Pride’s values.”
Office Pride offers routine janitorial work, which includes carpet cleaning, window washing, restroom sanitizing to clients ranging from corporate offices to professional medical offices, along with schools and churches.
For more information, call 256-542-3272, email orlandopitts@officepride.com or visit officepride.com/Madison-0265.

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