In honor of Veteran's Day Entrepreneur Magazine interviewed Robert and Radiah Mallard of PMI Chattahoochee Valley as they met veterans all over the nation and learned why so many are joining the franchise world.
"Robert and Radiah Mallard manage a lot of buildings. And when a tenant in one of them has a broken window or a leaky faucet, the first thing the Mallards do is fill out a Form 5988-E."
"Nowhere on the form is it called that. But the Mallards reflexively revert to the military jargon they used during long careers as U.S. Army logistics, maintenance and supply officers, including in Iraq and Afghanistan, where a 5988-Echo was the ubiquitous starting point for fixing anything, from a defective rifle to an out-of-commission truck."
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