(Franklin, TN) – The Tennessee Section PGA is pleased to announce the renewal of our partnership with Jani-King. Jani-King continues to show their support of the Tennessee Section and its members by being a partner at the Platinum Level. Through this partnership Jani-King will be a presenting sponsor of the Tennessee PGA Annual Meeting and Merchandise Show February 27-28, at The Factory at Franklin. In addition, Jani-King will be the presenting sponsor of the Tennessee PGA Section Awards Dinner held at The Golf Club of Tennessee on February 26th where our most deserving PGA Professionals will be honored for their hard work and dedication throughout the 2022 golf season.
“Jani-King’s continued support of the Section is unprecedented,” said Tennessee PGA Executive Director Clayton Hromadka. “They’re one of our longest running Platinum Partners. They have continually shown their commitment towards serving PGA Professionals, and their facilities. I would encourage every facility to consider having the Jani-King team come in to bid on their cleaning services. We have used them at Golf House Tennessee for years and have always been extremely satisfied.”
Jani-King is the world’s largest commercial cleaning franchise company with more than 120 support offices in 10 countries. Through a global network of over 7,500 franchisees, Jani-King delivers a superior commercial cleaning program to a wide range of customer locations including office buildings, hospitals, hotels, sporting venues, universities, restaurants, manufacturing facilities and more.
Headquartered in Addison, Texas, Jani-King is consistently recognized as a global leader in Commercial Cleaning Franchises.
About the Tennessee PGA
Formed in 1968, the Tennessee Section PGA is one of the 41 sections that comprise the Professional Golfers’ Association of America. It is one of the largest sections, with over 500 members and associates. Tennessee PGA seeks to elevate the standards of the professional golfers’ vocation, to promote the interest in the game of golf, to protect and advance the mutual interest of the Members, to conduct tournaments and offer educational opportunities for the employment and benefit of the Members and to promote good relations with clubs and communities within the Tennessee Section’s boundaries.