Mother and Daughter Creating Legacy as Express Owners

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Meier, Rachael and Marissa (Houston, TX East – New)Rachael Meier and Marissa Von Meier have enjoyed successful careers in sales and service, and they are now combining their expertise to cement their legacies as successful and caring business owners. Congratulations to the new owners of the Houston, TX (East) Express Employment Professionals office!

Road to Business Ownership

Rachael graduated from the University of Houston-Downtown in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in science, minoring in Spanish. The majority of her career has been spent in high-producing law firms focusing on client services and administrative control. She will be stepping into the role of staffing consultant at the new Express office.

Her daughter, Marissa, will serve in an outside sales capacity, which will utilize her previous experience as a district team lead for Extra Storage Space and an owner/operator of a local Houston restaurant.

“Rachael and Marissa are a great team who are looking to build a lasting legacy in a reputable company,” said Jennifer Temple, Associate Franchising Executive. “They are excited about the opportunity to connect good companies with qualified job seekers in the east Houston area.”

Dynamic Duo

Both Rachael and Marissa are very passionate about giving back to their local community. Marissa is involved with multiple charities, including Dress for Success and Habitat for Humanity. Rachael is a former president of the University of Houston-Downtown Geology Club and was recognized in 2016 by her law firm for outstanding services. She has been married to her husband, Michael, for 38 years.

Join Express

Are you passionate about making a difference in your community? Now is a great time to consider business ownership! With more than 770 offices worldwide, Express offers a chance at independence with the support of an industry-leading company. For more information, go to ExpressFranchising.com.

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