Men In Kilts Storms Boston's North Shore
Our newest location to join the Tartan Army opened last week on Boston's North Shore!
The franchises young and enthusiastic owner Krystina Creel is excited to begin her adventure as Men In Kilts newest franchisee and is out hitting the streets in her tartan trucks alongside her kilted crew!
Prior to Men In Kilts, Creel was a paralegal for ten years as well as a full-time student pursuing her master’s degree. So how did she end up owning a Men In Kilts franchise?
When Creel attended a local event hosted by Boston’s Entrepreneur Organization (EO) she suddenly had a change of heart. Creel said, “I was so motivated and inspired after attending this event that I started looking into different franchises and ended up meeting Judy Briggs, the local president of EO and a Franchise Owner for Men In Kilts.
Judy’s business experience and the positive things she had to say about Men In Kilts caught my attention. The thing that struck me the most was the company’s strong core values and memorable brand. I began looking into it and I spoke with several of their existing franchise owners.
I instantly fell in love with the culture and the brand and I decided that I absolutely had to be a part of this!”
And we are very excited to have her on board!
About Men In Kilts
Nicholas Brand started Men In Kilts in 2002 with a squeegee and a hand-sewn kilt made by his wife. The first franchise was opened in 2010 in Vancouver and has grown to 17 locations across Canada and the U.S. Committed to service, people often give them a try because of the kilts, but they keep coming back because of the outstanding service. There’s a lot more behind Men In Kilts service than just kilts! The company continues its successful expansion, with plans to be in every major market across North America.