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Welcome toOhio Etiquette Factory
We offer Etiquette and Manners programs to Business Professionals, Adults, Teens, and Children.
Certified Etiquette Instructors
FBI Background Checked
Kimberlee Franz

Kimberlee Franz, owner and certified etiquette instructor, has been teaching since 2015. A graduate of Cleveland State University, she holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication with an emphasis in Interpersonal Communication. An experienced corporate professional with a strong understanding of etiquette and manners. Furthermore, Kimberlee has been FBI background checked and is insured.

Presents programs at the following:

  • Case Western Reserve University
  • Youngstown State University
  • Cuyahoga County Community College
  • Western Reserve University
  • St. Rita School
  • Holy Family School
  • Monisori School
  • Hudson School District
  • Chagrin Falls School District
  • Rocky River School District
  • Nordstrom - Beachwood
  • Signature of Solon Country Club
  • Shaker Heights Country Club
  • Walden Country Club
  • Silver Lakes Country Club
  • Chagrin Falls Athletic Club
  • Cuyahoga County Library System
  • Chagrin Falls Community Education
  • Kenston Community Education
  • Solon Community Education
  • Beachwood Community Education
  • Strongsville Community Education
  • Brecksville Community Education
  • Richfield Village Community Education
  • Reminderville Community Education
  • Twinsburg Community Education
  • Girl Scouts of America
Nega mostbet uz da haligacha o'ynamadingiz, agar shu yerda g'alaba qozona olsangiz!
  • "Our son loved the class! He has already started instructing his parents."-Karl Kronenberger
  • "My 9yr old son really enjoyed Miss Kim's class! He asked if he could take it again. Thank you Miss Kim!" - Cynthia Cataldo
  • "Etiquette class by Miss Kim was an excellent introduction to table/dining etiquette, manners and thank you notes. My son really enjoyed the class and looked forward to setting the table that evening and sharing with me what he had learned - both for American and Continental dining." - Sarah Jane Wiehl