A Warm Thanks to Military Veterans from Tailored Living and Budget Blinds CEO Chad Hallock
Every year, the Thanksgiving holiday marks a time to reflect
and give thanks to those who have enriched our lives and have helped us succeed.
Whether they are friends, relatives or mentors, it is a great opportunity to
extend our appreciation. This Thanksgiving, Budget Blinds and Tailored Living
co-founder and CEO, Chad Hallock, would like to give thanks to one group in
particular: veterans of the United States military.
“I came from a very modest background and often struggled to
make ends meet growing up,” said Chad Hallock. “I decided to take charge of my
future and founded Budget Blinds with my brother and three close friends. Through
hard work and dedication, we managed to grow it into a successful franchise
business. We later founded its sister company Tailored Living. I truly believe
that this was made possible in large part by the selfless sacrifices our
veterans have made over the years to protect the American Dream.”
Since the birth of this nation, the proud members of the
United States Armed Forces have indeed put everything on the line to ensure
that we live in a country where every citizen is free to pursue their dreams. In
Chad’s case, his dream was to start his own business and now he would like to
make that dream possible for veterans as well. He and the other Tailored Living
and Budget Blinds founders are doing this by launching the Million Dollar
Franchise Event which grants significant discounts off the purchase of either franchise
“Launching the Million Dollar Franchise Event is our way of
giving back to veterans. We want to give them the opportunity to live the
American Dream of owning their own business; the same opportunity they helped
give us when we founded Tailored Living and Budget Blinds,” said Chad Hallock.
This Thanksgiving, let’s all remember to give thanks to the
brave veterans of the U.S. military for all they have done for this country.
For more information on the Million Dollar Franchise Event, please click here.