The largest one-price non-franchise clothing store developer in North America announces its partnership with the Heroes To Home program.
Clothing Store Developers specialize in helping independent entrepreneurs start a non-franchise clothing store. It is the largest non-franchise, non-chain clothing store developer in North America. Clothing Store Developers has partnered with the Veterans Business Resource Center, and through their Heroes To Home program, offers Veteran discounts on starting a store as well as a Veteran liaison in order to expedite the process.
Turning Heroes into Entrepreneurs
Studies that cover Veteran transition into civilian life show that this process can often take as long as 6 months. The Heroes To Home program performs functions like assessing skill sets, finding alternative employment when deployment or changing circumstances make previous areas of employment impossible, and primarily helping Veterans become entrepreneurs by identifying opportunities and helping to develop a customer base.
An Easier Transition
The partnering of the companies will help U.S. Veterans emerge from the military and become business owners.
Las Vegas, June 12, 2012: Discount Retail Store Services, North America’s largest developer of retail stores, today announced its plan to partner with Veterans Business Resource Center, a community-based economic development center that assists Veterans of the United States military in transitioning their military skills into small business and self-employment opportunities.
Heroes to Home
The Veteran Business Resource Center’s Hero To Home Program provides assistance and guidance to military members, their families and Veterans seeking to build small business clientele. They also assess skills and connect Veterans to alternative employment opportunities due to job elimination while deployed and identify replacement work due to conditions which make it impossible to return to previous employment. According to many Veteran program statistics, it takes an average of 6 months to actively participate in the transition ...