Tuesday, 14 September 2021 19:39

Colors On Parade Expands into the Arkansas River Valley

Breanne and Eric Yeager. Breanne and Eric Yeager.


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Colors on Parade, the world’s largest eco-friendly mobile automotive reconditioning franchise, is pleased to announce the addition of its newest area developers, Eric and Breanne Yeager.

Carrying on a family tradition in the auto paint repair business, Eric and Breanne Yeager have purchased the Arkansas River Valley territory and will grow the Colors on Parade business in that part of central Arkansas. Their territory includes Crawford, Franklin, Johnson, Pope and Sebastian counties.


The Colors on Parade franchise now covers the entire western portion of the state of Arkansas.
Eric and Breanne Yeager are partners in life and now in business. Breanne has a long history with Colors on Parade. Her experience in the business comes from growing up learning the trade from her father, Mike Nicholson, area developer in Tulsa, OK.
More than two years ago, her husband, Eric, began learning the craft and got involved working in Mike’s territory as an employee. Now, the Arkansas power couple is developing their own area together and has just introduced a new young family member to the team, Evan Yeager.


Eric, Breanne and Evan have recently completed the Colors on Parade paint repair training and certification program at the company headquarters in Conway, SC.
“We are excited to continue the family tradition and grow our new business in the Arkansas River Valley,” said Breanne Yeager. “Colors on Parade provides a great source of income while also allowing for the ability to be flexible for family time and work at your own pace, which is why we chose to take this next step in our lives.”
“As we continue to grow Colors on Parade with more locations across the country, it is a goal to make convenient, affordable mobile paint and...

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