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Over the last eight years, Gregg Hansen has become the biggest Huddle House franchisee, with 18 locations across the U.S.
The company has a knack for international expansion, making Cuba a great potential new market.
Neil DiBiccari started at the bottom at Unishippers. Today, he is a multi-unit franchisee.
Jeff Burrill had a feeling that Pizza Studio was about to take off and he was right. This year, the franchise is opening 100 new locations.
After six years playing professional football, Power Train franchising provided Adam Terry the structure he needed as he began his career as a franchisee.
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