CarePatrol of Baltimore Ranked Third for Highest Performing CarePatrol Franchise in the Country

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CarePatrol Baltimore owner Paula Sotir center, alongside CarePatrol CEO Chuck Bongiovanni and COO Becky Bongiovanni.

CarePatrol of Baltimore is proud to share two awards that were recently earned in 2017. For earning the trust of their clients, the local franchise placed third overall highest performing CarePatrol franchise in the country. Additionally, the franchise was elected to an elite internal club reserved for the franchises with the highest successful placements.

“We are pleased to have exceeded over 500 placements and have over 200 communities in which we refer,” said owner and certified senior advisor Paula Sotir.

CarePatrol of Baltimore’s team and services have been welcomed by the Baltimore community and healthcare network — and fills a much-needed niche in the field of senior housing since its founding in 2015.

The small but mighty team works hard to fulfill each and every clients’ needs is grateful for the support and trust that’s been bestowed by the local community. “Though the process of finding a new senior home can be daunting, overwhelming, and time consuming, it’s important to know you don’t have to do it alone,” said Sotir.

About CarePatrol of Baltimore: CarePatrol of Baltimore is a senior placement service that helps its clients and their families find senior housing, home healthcare assistance and resources, free of charge. Since its founding, it’s been awarded #1 for Senior Care Franchise in Franchisee Satisfaction by the Franchise Business Review and ranked in the top 5% of all franchises for Top Franchise Opportunity by Entrepreneur Magazine. Click to visit their website at http://www.carepatrolbaltimore.com/

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