FRSTeam announces latest franchise location

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MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO — Fabric Restoration Service Team Inc. (FRSTeam), a national fabric restoration company, recently announced the addition of its 56th franchise location, according to a press release.

FRSTeam by Apple Cleaners, founded in 1950, is a family-owned business, which operates out of 14 locations in norther Missouri and Southern Illinois.

“Our team has worked hard to build a solid reputation for our company and becoming part of the FRSTeam franchise will only increase our brand value,” said John McIntosh, FRSTeam by Apple Cleaners’ owner. “We look forward to growing our business under the FRSTeam name.”

FRSTeam provides high-quality fabric restoration services for restoring clothing and textiles damaged by smoke, fire, water and mold. 

“At FRSTeam, our core business practices are based on quality service and family values,” said FRSTeam President Jim Nicholas. “It is always great to have a company join us that shares our values and is committed to providing exceptional service. FRSTeam by Apple Cleaners is a terrific addition to our team.”

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