Training & Support
Mighty delivers on its training promises. We take a hands-on approach with every franchise partner, making sure that our franchisees are given the support and tools they need in order to reach their maximum potential as a business owner.
In order to run their businesses as effectively and efficiently as possible, we provide our owners, general managers, and salespeople with both classroom and on-site field training. We also assign each operation a Sales Liaison who personally attends to the needs of every new franchisee. For your customers, the professional automotive service provider, we offer technical support and training programs to encourage their business growth.
When you join Mighty, our team will support you with:
- Initial Warehouse Set-Up and Implementation
- Operations Training – How to Run Your Mighty Business
- Sales Training
- Mighty University Online Classes
- Product Knowledge & Application
- Customer In-Store Training & Technician Clinics
- National & Regional Meetings to share best practices with other Mighty franchise owners
You’re not just offered training when you are “new.” Our corporate offices provide centralized support throughout the life of your Mighty ownership. We communicate with franchisees through a private intranet and send our “Mighty email” every week to keep everyone informed of new programs, products, and support tools. Mighty also produces short, informative videos, shared on a regular basis, that include interviews and best practices from Mighty franchisees and salespeople around the country.
The goal of our training is to help our franchisees and each of their employees remain committed to quality, to understand all of our Mighty programs, and to use all of our product information tools.
Mighty Auto Parts is proud to be able to provide the training and support that our franchisees need to build their business in their individual territories. In order to remain competitive in the industry, we continually adapt to meet the changing needs of our franchisee’s markets and the more than 264 million vehicle fleet in the United States.