Oct 6

Is College Pro Painters a Scam? One alumni refutes this claim.

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Is there a College Pro Painters a scam?  That’s what one of Takuya Davis’ fraternity brothers used to tell him during his first year in college.  What he found out after looking into it more was that the internship, unlike any other, is a position where you can make your own success.   With a small amount of risk, students have the opportunity to make, and get out of the experience, what they choose to put into the experience.  Takuya says, “I went against the grains, including my fraternity brother as well as my father, who both doubted my ability to run a business.  To this date, choosing to run a College Pro franchise was by far the best decision that I have ever made.”

College Pro Painters provides real-world business experience, paralleled to the theories and concepts taught in school.  As anyone can tell you when they interview for that dream job after they graduate—nothing can replace true business experience.  As a College Pro franchise manager, Takuya says, “I learned all aspects of small business management, including:  Selling, Marketing, Financial Management, Human Resources, Conflict Resolution, and many other valuable business skills.”  These are skills that can be used in any future career.

During his experience as a franchise owner with College Pro Painters, Takuya says “by no means did I find it a College Pro Painters “scam”.  The real “scam” was my fraternity brother who chose not to share the real reason on why he didn’t find success with running the business.  Without having a boss/supervisor breathing down your neck, it took a ton of self-discipline to be successful in running the franchise.   My fraternity brother did not show the self-discipline and you need to be successful.”

College Pro Painters provides world class training on small business management, and a coach to support you, one-on-one each week, to help you work toward success.  As any small business owner knows, your success ultimately, is in your own hands and based on the amount of effort you put into your business.  It is hard work, but the rewards can be immeasurable.

Takuya continues, “With hundreds of students taking on this unique opportunity to run the business, including myself, I can say with confidence that there is no College Pro Painters scam.  Everyone has the choice to be his or her own boss and only so many of us choose to be one.  College Pro Painters has provided me with more experience in business and in life, and choosing to get involved was the best decision I have ever made.”

 

2 Responses to “Is College Pro Painters a Scam? One alumni refutes this claim.”

  1. Andrew Myrtue says:

    Opportunities like these are not for everyone and it takes a special person to be successful in running their own business. It is important that someone takes ownership for their actions or lack their of and understands that when things do not go right, they have to make changes to have a better outcome in the future.

    The nice thing about owning a buisness is that the only person you can blame for successes and failures is yourself. Sometimes people are not introspective enough to adapt and move forward in the right direction. Owning a business is ideal for self motivated people because they have the ability to create their own destiny, which few professions these days offer.

  2. Matt Ackerman says:

    Thank god for my experience with College Pro. Had it not been for me taking a small amount of measured risk while in school I would probably still be stuck in a “going-no-where” job like all my friends and peers back at school. Instead, I travel, work hard, and don’t have a boss breathing down my neck expecting me to do everything like he or she wants. I work independently and with very little supervision, and it’s all because of College Pro. THANK YOU!



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