The Faces of Residential Cleaning
Rebecca Nash, President, Molly Maid of Greater Little Rock & Northwest Arkansas
Shortly after she emigrated to the United States, Rebecca Nash joined Molly Maid of Greater Little Rock as a home service professional in January 2000. Although English was her second language, the franchise owners took note of her work ethic, saw potential in her, and promoted her to office manager. Five years after joining Molly Maid, she and investors in her family purchased the business, and have grown it into the second largest Molly Maid franchise in the United States. In April 2017, the opportunity to expand was presented, and the Silva-Nash family took their successful business model to northwest Arkansas. Today, it is one of the fastest growing Molly Maid franchises in the country.
“Cleaning may seem like a luxury, but, truly, it’s a necessity,” said Rebecca Nash, president of Molly Maid of Greater Little Rock and Northwest Arkansas. “We know that we do not just clean, we provide time for our customers. They all depend on our work to make their life a little easier, and we are honored by that responsibility.”
Molly Maid’s cleaning crews arrive in uniform with all the supplies needed to clean a home. While most customers receive recurring services weekly or every two weeks, the company does not have contracts with its customers. They are all free to suspend or cancel service at any time for any reason.
Molly Maid’s charitable arm is the Ms. Molly Foundation which collects donated goods and funds for local shelters across the country.
“We donate a portion of every cleaning fee every day of the year to the Dorcas House to support their mission to assist their clients and stop the vicious cycle of domestic violence,” Nash said. “We do our part to raise awareness of the most underreported crime in our nation.”