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Blue Moon Estate Sales Founder Deb Blue Recognized in Franchise Dictionary Magazine's 50 Women of Wonder 2020 Issue

DETROIT, MI (November 2, 2020) – Blue Moon Estate Sales Founder Deb Blue has been designated one of the top 50 “Women of Wonder” (WOW) in 2020 by Franchise Dictionary Magazine. The recognition comes at a time when the company is seeing record growth and interest from franchise prospects.

“I’m thrilled to be included in this list of entrepreneurial women. For 11 years, by adhering to our core values and exceeding our customer’s expectations, we have been able to maximize profits for our clients,” said Deb Blue, Founder of Blue Moon Estate Sales. “With millions of Baby Boomers in need of estate liquidation services, and the housing market burgeoning, there has never been a more opportune time to join this business.” 

Blue Moon Estate Sales, founded in 2009, specializes in professional residential and commercial liquidation services for individuals relocating, downsizing or handling personal assets. 

“Each year more and more women are making an impact in the franchise industry,” says Alesia Visconti, Publisher & CEO, Franchise Dictionary Magazine. “They are changing the landscape, implementing new initiatives and bringing groundbreaking ideas to the table. Franchise ownership changes lives and allows people to follow their dreams of business ownership. Our ‘50 Women of Wonder’ (WOW) are some of the most amazingly talented, strong and dynamic women franchisors in the franchise industry. We thank them and are thrilled to celebrate their contributions!”

The full list of top 50 “Women of Wonder” can be found in the October issue of Franchise Dictionary Magazine. Proceeds from this issue of Franchise Dictionary Magazine will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

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About Blue Moon Estate Sales

Headquartered in Raleigh, N.C., Blue Moon Estate Sales is a growing national franchise with 29 locations in nine states. Established in 2009, Blue Moon Estate Sales was created to set the highest of standards in an unregulated industry. After five successful years in the Raleigh market, founders Deb, Ken and David Blue wanted to bring their proven business model to a larger audience. Thus, in 2013, Blue Moon Estate Sales started franchising, running an industry-leading training program and providing ongoing support.

About Franchise Dictionary Magazine

The Franchise Dictionary Magazine is a national publication that is a digital magazine, with more than 350,000 readers and targets prospective franchisees in an informative and educational format. The magazine is also printed for industry events and shows.

For more information, contact:

Emily Busskohl, BizCom Associates

(310) 415-9967 |