What you can expect as we get to know each other
Buying a franchise business is a big decision — and so is welcoming someone into a franchise family! That’s why DreamMaker wants you to ask a lot of questions, and why we’ll ask you a lot of questions, as we explore whether we’re a great fit.
Tracy Moore, who co-owns the DreamMaker in Winston-Salem, NC, described the process this way: “Even as we interviewed them to see if it was the right fit, we could tell they were interviewing us, too. They asked at the end of every meeting how we felt and if we wanted to continue. It was never pushy. It was people talking about something they felt would be mutually beneficial.”
Our mutual evaluation process takes a total of about 10 weeks. Once you fill out a form on our website, a recruiter will reach out for an initial call to discuss basics about the company. We will invite you to research the company and answer questions you might have about the business, and we will teach you about the DreamMaker Transformational Process™ for achieving stronger business results that enable you to meet your personal goals for your business and your family.
You will then be invited to talk to DreamMaker franchise owners so they can tell you their stories and answer any questions you might have about the business and about their relationships with the corporate office. You will also be asked to turn in qualification forms.
If everything looks like a good fit, you will have a conversation with DreamMaker President and Chief Stewarding Officer Doug Dwyer, and you will then set up an in-person meeting at DreamMaker headquarters in Waco, Texas. If you are offered and choose to accept a DreamMaker franchise, pre-training will begin.