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Homewatch CareGivers Announces New Million and Multi-Million Dollar Club Members

Homewatch CareGivers Announces New Million and Multi-Million Dollar Club Members

Renowned Home Care Company Recognizes Franchisees for Outstanding Annual Revenue

 GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. – Homewatch CareGivers, a leading home care company with a growing presence across the Americas, announced today its additions to the Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Clubs. These new members are franchisees that have a reported annual revenue of more than one million dollars.

Homewatch CareGivers franchisees Deb Nelson and Thorn and Tamarha Ellerbe are now members of the prestigious Million Dollar Club, while Sue Cook, Paulette and Jim Nacchia and Kathryn Parks have earned their spots in the coveted Multi-Million Dollar Club.

“Reaching this milestone means the world to my team and me,” said Sue Cook, owner of Homewatch CareGivers of Summerlin. “For us, it means that we’ve been able to provide even more much needed services to elders and veterans in the Las Vegas Valley.”

Joining the Million and Multi-Million Dollar Clubs is an achievement sought after by all franchisees in the Homewatch CareGivers network. Past and present members are treated to a dinner hosted by the home office at the company’s annual convention.

“This recognition has allowed us to reflect on all of the hard work and passion that has gone into delivering the best possible care to our community,” said Kathryn Parks, owner of Homewatch CareGivers of Columbia in Maryland. “It reaffirms the impactful role we play in the lives of those we care for and encourages us to continue striving for greater goals.”

An industry leader known for its high quality care, the home care company also provided an astounding 6.3 million hours of care to communities across the country in 2016.

Pushing the needle for industry standard annual franchise revenue, Homewatch CareGivers reports an average annual franchise earning of more than $1.3 million across their network of over 200 units (refer to Item 19 in the 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document for details as financial results vary).

“It’s always a great feeling to see our franchisees grow,” said Julie Smith, president and COO of Homewatch CareGivers. “We’re pleased to welcome Deb and the Ellerbes to our Million Dollar Club and also Sue, Kathryn and the Nacchias to our Multi-Million Dollar Club. These individuals are all strong examples of outstanding Homewatch CareGivers franchisees. We’re grateful to them, along with our entire franchise network.”

Homewatch CareGivers provides home care services for families arranging care for senior-aged loved ones and others living with chronic illnesses, convalescing after illness or surgery, or who prefer to age in their own homes under the supervision and care of highly trained caregivers. With over 200 units across 34 states domestically, as well as in Canada, Central America and South America, Homewatch CareGivers is planning to open 15 franchised locations annually beginning with targeted markets in Florida. Additional key markets include Texas, California, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

Ideal Homewatch CareGivers franchisees have a strong passion for helping people. They enjoy working with others – whether it be with their clients, their staff or their local communities – in order to ultimately make a difference in the lives of their clients and their families. The Homewatch CareGivers franchise opportunity is also optimal for those seeking a business venture that allows them to make a healthy living while keeping work-life balance top of mind. The estimated initial investment for a Homewatch CareGivers franchise ranges from $87,000 to $137,400, which includes a franchisee fee of $49,000. Interested individuals must also have a minimum net worth of $350,000 and $50,000 liquid capital to ensure additional funding is available while launching their franchise.

For more information about the Homewatch CareGivers franchise opportunity, visit

About Homewatch CareGivers

Homewatch CareGivers, based in Greenwood Village, Colorado, delivers a variety of person-directed, professional at-home services including elder care, care for individuals with developmental and physical conditions, after-surgery care and prenatal/postnatal care. With extensive involvement in the Home Care Association of America (HCAOA), the Homewatch CareGivers mission is to provide the best-in-class care for each and every client, to serve as a vital part of the continuum of care and to provide the support franchisees and caregivers need to find success and make a difference in their communities.

To learn more about Homewatch CareGivers services and franchising opportunities, visit


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