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Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees and Smoothies welcomes new Franchisee, Amit Patel. Taking his future into his own hands, Patel plans to build a successful business that will offer a healthy product and unique island atmosphere to his Atlanta suburb community.
Greenwood Village, CO (PRWEB) May 05, 2012
Maui Wowi Hawaiian welcomes an energetic and talented new franchisee who will soon be serving premium Hawaiian coffees and all-natural fresh fruit smoothies in Locust Grove, Georgia.
Amit Patel isn’t your average small business owner. Born in India, Patel relocated to the United States and pursued an education that would further him along in life; receiving degrees in Bio Chemistry, Business, and Engineering. His intelligence proved to be a solid asset to his career path. Beginning his journey in an entry level position at a manufacturing company, Patel quickly rose in the ranks, impressing the CEO and landing him a position in engineering. His strong work ethic paid off and after excelling within the company, it became apparent to Patel that he was meant for even greater things.
“I have wanted my own business since I was a young child. I wanted to be the guy that made the decisions, managed employees, and saw the big picture. Finally, I made the decision that I was no longer going to work for anyone but myself,” proclaimed Patel.
Finding something he was passionate about was important to him and after discovering Maui Wowi Hawaiian, he knew it would be the perfect fit. “I see myself happy and successful with Maui Wowi and the best part is I can wake up and want to go to work knowing the day is going to be great,” says Patel.
The Maui Wowi franchise system offers a variety of different models allowing for flexibility and growth. Patel, along with his wife Roshni, plan to begin their business with a fixed retail location and eventually branch out into events and venues with a mobile unit called a Ka’anapali Cart. They envision working lots of sporting events, school festivals, and other community activities. Locust Grove is approximately 30 minutes south of Atlanta and Patel describes it as being “big on hometown pride.”
The community will soon be able to enjoy a healthy product and experience the unique Hawaiian lifestyle without ever stepping foot on a plane. After completing a week long intensive hands-on training program at the Maui Wowi Mainland (headquarters) in June, Patel will be prepared and on the path to a successful future. With the continued guidance and support that is offered by the entire Maui Wowi ‘Ohana (family), Patel says, “the opportunities are endless.”
About Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees & Smoothies:
Before the days of big Hawaiian resort hotels and fiberglass surfboards, surfers spent long, lazy days partaking in the tasty waves of the North Shore beaches. As the legends of the surfers grew, many were drawn to the healthy, carefree lifestyle of Hawaii. Since 1982, Maui Wowi Hawaiian has been spreading the ‘Aloha Spirit’ across the world with its premium Hawaiian coffees, all-natural fresh fruit smoothies and authentic Hawaiian products. From event carts, mall kiosks and stand-alone retail locations, Maui Wowi Hawaiian operates 605 units worldwide. For more information about Maui Wowi Hawaiian’s flexible, low cost franchising opportunities, visit http://www.mauiwowifranchise.com.
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