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Home Care Franchise in Maine
Why You Should Buy a CFC Franchise in Maine
Maine is the northernmost state in New England, sharing a large border with Canada. Maine is extremely large, making up about half of New England’s land area. Maine is called Vacationland because of the large number of tourists that flock to Maine during the warmer months to enjoy Maine’s magnificent scenery, outdoor activities, decadent seafood, and slow-paced lifestyle. Maine may be a great area for the right ComForCare franchisee to open a location.
Maine is heavily forested, with streams, mountains, and a large coastline all offering residents a one-of-a-kind view from their back yard. These scenic vistas are perfect for franchisees and home care clients that enjoy leaf-peeping, nature walks, and other types of outdoor activities. Maine also contains a large number of lighthouses that enchant both residents and tourists.
Some of Maine’s unique geographical features include:
- Moosehead Lake
- The Appalachian Trail
- Lake Champlain
- Machias Seal Island
- Acadia National Park
Seafood Lover and Fishermen’s’ Paradise
Due to Maine’s extensive coastline, which extends about 230 miles, Maine is a seafood lover and fishermen’s paradise. Maine lobster is considered superior to lobster caught in other areas, so about half of the lobster that is distributed in North America comes from Maine. Lobster, clams, oysters, and other types of seafood are generally cheaper and more prevalent in Maine because of the robust industry. Franchisees that enjoy fishing will also find Maine to be wonderful for the sport because of the lengthy coastline and the abundance of natural streams, rivers, and lakes.
Maine experiences very cold winters and cooler summers, with heavy snowfall. These conditions may be ideal for franchisee candidates that enjoy skiing and other winter activities. Cooler conditions may also be ideal for residents that do not enjoy hot temperatures and high humidity. Clients may benefit greatly from having access to home care during the extreme winters, which may be an advantage for franchisees that can provide consistent service throughout all seasons.
Despite Maine’s large geographical area, Maine is one of the least populated states in the country. This is ideal for franchisees that prefer a more rural and laid back lifestyle free from the pressures of city life. During the extreme winters, many “part time” residents and tourists migrate to Southern states. During the warmer months, these residents and tourists migrate back to the state, offering year-round residents a larger number of events and attractions to enjoy. Maine may be the perfect place for a ComForCare franchisee that enjoys a more secluded and private lifestyle, but wishes to help area seniors to enjoy all that the area has to offer.
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