Blue Bins, the Toronto headquartered company that offers residential and commercial customers the opportunity to rent premium plastic recyclable moving supplies is ready to expand business throughout the country. In an effort to bring its unique moving boxes to the public, Blue Bins has announced licensee opportunities from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans. To launch this push for growth and support of entrepreneurism, the company will be attending The Franchise Expo from September 10-11, 2016, in Toronto’s The International Centre.
“We’re excited to start working with likeminded people who understand the value of our line of moving supplies and peripheral products,” says Patricia Lopes, Sales Manager and New Business Development Representative. “Blue Bins has always been about supporting communities and bringing eco-friendlier options to people. Now, we’re actively seeking others who have a passion for good stewardship of our natural resources, and wants to be in control of their own career paths.”
Blue Bins rents plastic moving supplies, primarily moving boxes, to clients who are relocating within its geographic service areas. The moving supplies can be picked up or delivered, and are usually kept for a few weeks. After they have been used, customers bring them back to Blue Bins so they can be utilized again after a thorough cleaning. The premise fits in well with society’s move toward more eco-conscientious solutions for everyday living.
Interested potential licensees are encouraged to connect with Lopes through the Blue Bins main number, or stop by her booth at The Franchise Expo on September 10-11, which runs from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day. Every accepted Blue bins licensee will receive comprehensive training and guidance as part of their partnership with this leading Canadian business.
“We can all make a difference and do our parts to reduce the garbage that ends up in our landfills while providing dependable, smarter substitutions for products that we take for granted such as moving boxes. Our licensees will help us improve our collective quality of life,” adds Lopes.