Fish Window Cleaning owners receive Navigator Award

Rick and Marla Bailey, owners of the local Fish Window Cleaning, received the Navigator Award at the annual Fish Window Cleaning Convention in St. Louis, Mo. on July 25. They received the Navigator Award for their work with prospective franchisees.

  • Thursday, February 25, 2016 3:21pm
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Rick and Marla Bailey, owners of the local Fish Window Cleaning, received the Navigator Award at the annual Fish Window Cleaning Convention in St. Louis, Mo. on July 25. They received the Navigator Award for their work with prospective franchisees.

“Our navigators share information about their FISH experience and help prospects determine if FISH is the right fit for them,” said John English, director of franchise development for Fish Window Cleaning. “They are vital to the growth of the Fish Window Cleaning franchise system.”

Bailey opened his business in 2010.

“It’s always such a pleasure talking with potential franchisees,” Rick said. “Marla and I can usually relate to the situation they find themselves in, and we are able to relay to them what it’s like opening a new chapter in one’s life. Fish Window Cleaning has been a great chapter for us.”

The Baileys’ office serves commercial and residential customers in Bothell, Woodinville, Kirkland, Redmond, Medina, Bellevue, Mercer Island, Renton, Issaquah and Sammamish.

To contact Fish Window Cleaning, visit www.fishwindowcleaning.com/Bothell or call 425-376-2881.


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