NuVinAir welcomes its 2nd franchisee so far in 2022


For the second time in less than a month, NuVinAir Global has announced the expansion of its franchise program.

The company, which offers a suite of proprietary products that safely and effectively create healthy vehicle interiors, welcomed the new franchisee to its stable and the one that covers its Texas headquarters on Wednesday.

John Patriarca, who has been a franchisee for nearly a decade with European Wax Center, another Plano-based franchisor, comes to work in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

“I am thrilled to bolster the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex with the NuVinAir franchise, a company that has been at the forefront of cutting-edge innovation over the past several years and further catapulted by the pandemic,” Patriarca said in a statement. Press. . “I know firsthand that DFW is incredibly welcoming and supportive of small businesses, so I’m looking forward to this new opportunity.”

In January, NuVinAir announced the expansion of its franchise program in North Carolina, as Brad Scott came aboard of Avis Budget Group where he represented the company in Raleigh, North Carolina for more than two decades.

Last spring, NuVinAir has established franchisees in St. Louis and Phoenix.

Now the company is taking on the Lone Star State.

A veteran of franchise ownership, Patriarca became a NuVinAir franchisee in January when he purchased territories in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and founded NuVinAir DFW with his brother, Paul Sanchez, and father, Richard Patriarca.

John Patriarca holds exclusive rights to its territories and will implement NuVinAir’s scientific product line and healthy vehicle programs throughout the region.

Patriarca’s team will support a wide range of transportation business opportunities, including car rental companies, car dealerships, car washes, retail shops, recreational vehicles, fleets truck companies, mobility companies and other automotive companies.

“Partnering with John further strengthens our local market positioning and strengthens our leadership in the DFW region, as well as across the country,” NuVinAir CEO and Founder Kyle Bailey said in the press release.

“Today’s younger generation of entrepreneurs don’t necessarily want to succeed the way their parents did, but rather chart their own course, and John’s successful journey as a franchisee is testament to that,” Bailey continued.

Prior to his last decade as a franchisee for European Wax Center, for which he owned and operated 15 locations in Florida, Nevada and Arizona, Patriarca founded Genco Electrical & Solar, an electrical construction company, where he managed all aspects of the business. .

Among NuVinAir’s product offerings is its self-contained cyclonic treatment, which can dissipate dry, hygienic steam throughout the vehicle’s ventilation system to quickly reduce pollutants and contaminants, while reaching places where wipes and sprays can not.

The company’s newest product, ReKlenz-X, is an EPA-approved eco-sanitizer that can kill 99.9% of germs, bacteria and viruses, without compromising a vehicle’s interior or the safety of those who apply it.

As part of its product portfolio, ReNuSurface is an eco-friendly and safe all-in-one cleaner that can replace multiple products and reduce supply costs.

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