Oasis Senior Advisors expands into three new markets
Growth is a reward for doing business the right way. The opening of new
franchises in Pennsylvania, Texas and Michigan is the latest testament
to the strength of the compassionate, personalized service that Oasis
Senior Advisors provide to seniors and their families.
The Bonita Springs, Florida-based franchisor, recently named to the GrowFL
2018 Florida Companies to Watch list, now operates 75 franchises in 26 states.
“We’re a people-first business,” CEO Tim Evankovich said.
“I’m excited about the passion each one of these new franchisees
brings to our goal of helping seniors live better lives.”
Scott Burgess operates the new Oasis Senior Advisors franchise for lower
Bucks County in Pennsylvania. A native of the area who’s lived there
most of his life, he empathizes with the families of seniors who try to
navigate the maze of senior housing options.
“When my father-in-law had to go from a hospital bed to a long-term
care community, my wife had less than three days to research and select
a place for him,” Burgess said. “A few years later, we had
the same need for my father.”
Burgess found solutions for his family, and now he’s excited about
the opportunity to put his experience together with the proprietary OasisIQ™
software to help make senior housing simple for everyone. The same is
true for Crystal Drumgoole, the owner of Oasis Senior Advisors in Fort
Drumgoole previously worked in professional development, helping people
achieve career goals. Now she guides seniors and families every step of
the way as they sort through their options.
“I am very passionate about making this process as simple and stress-free
as possible,” Drumgoole said.
It was a search for a way to incorporate community service into his work
that led Brian Hauenstein to become the owner of the new Oasis Senior
Advisors franchise for greater Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was born and
raised in the area and served on the boards of several community organizations,
and now he wants to continue helping others by alleviating the burden
of decision making that families often shoulder.
“Finding a place for a loved one can be a trying process, but we’re
dedicated to helping you feel more comfortable and answering all your
questions,” Hauenstein said. “We’re here for you.”
Oasis Senior Advisors are available to help in a rapidly expanding number
of communities. Visit
oasissenioradvisors.com or call 888-455-5838 to connect with the advisor closest to home.