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How This Molly Maid Franchisee Built a Million-Dollar Business

She started cleaning houses. Now Christina Clark is cleaning up.
Source: Dani Fresh
Dani Fresh

The story of Christina Clark’s career is quite literally one of . Clark graduated high school in the mid ’90s and got a as an assistant house cleaner for . Within six months, she was to route manager. Eventually Clark took on even more responsibility and moved from the field to the home office. She became a deeply

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