AAMCO Ranks No. 1 on Franchise 500 List

Feb. 14, 2017
The ranking aims to reveal the impact of the newest trends and industries poised for growth, and evaluates franchisors based on system size, growth, financial strength and stability.

Feb. 14, 2017—For the third consecutive year, AAMCO has been ranked No. 1 on Entrepreneur magazine's 2017 Franchise 500 list in the transmission repair category.

AAMCO ranked at the top for the third consecutive year. Based on network size, growth rate and financial strength, the brand also earned a spot on Entrepreneur's "Best of the Best" list. Additionally, AAMCO has been consecutively ranked on Franchise Times' Top 200+ for the last two years.

The ranking aims to reveal the impact of the newest trends and industries poised for growth, and evaluates franchisors based on system size, growth, financial strength and stability.

"We're extremely proud to receive this top recognition from Entrepreneur magazine for the third consecutive year," said Brett Ponton, CEO and president of American Driveline and AAMCO Transmission Inc. "With the hard work and dedication by our corporate team and franchisees, AAMCO has been able to uphold a positive brand reputation within the transmissions industry. As we continue our commitment to serving our customers with high quality service, we look forward to the growth that 2017 will bring the brand."

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