LUCAS, OH – Worldwide small business magazine Entrepreneur has again named Ohio-headquartered Town Money Saver (TMS) a 2021 top low-cost franchise – one of the top 100 franchises for less than $50K to be specific.
The honor is the fifth consecutive year the flagship magazine has recognized TMS.
“Affordable opportunities – that’s what we are striving to provide, especially during these challenging times,” TMS CEO and Founder Bill Zirzow said.
TMS is ranked 77 out of 100 and the No. 2 franchise in the Advertising Services category as a 2021 top low-cost franchise.
According to Entrepreneur, the 100 companies are ranked based on the scores they received in Entrepreneur’s 2021 Franchise 500 ranking, a comprehensive analysis that looked at more than 150 data points in the areas of costs and fees, size and growth, franchisee support, brand strength, and financial strength and stability.
“We’re excited to be selected for a sixth consecutive year from among so many great companies,” TMS Chief Operating Officer Mark Ruggiero. “Town Money Saver continues to get better every year and recognitions like this help cofirm that.”
Entrepreneur magazine released the Top 100 Franchises under $50,000 in its most recent Spring Startups issue. The full list of recognized franchises can be found here.
This year, Franchise Business Review’s also recognized TMS as a top franchise opportunity for 2021, marking the sixth consecutive year TMS has been honored.
Since 1992, Town Money Saver has offered local business owners high-quality advertising that attracts repeat customers and maximizes their return on investment. This hometown approach has led to lasting relationships with thousands of business owners, which is the foundation of what we do.
In 2020, Town Money Saver launched a new division to its franchise system: TMS+ Digital Marketing. This new service offers essential digital services to small business owners, complimenting Town Money Saver’s award-winning print advertising service.
“We’re excited to bring our nearly 30 years of knowledge and experience working with local businesses into a digital package that will serve the needs of their businesses,” Zirzow said.