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Five years ago, Marriette Simoni brought her experience as a real estate and luxury brand entrepreneur to the Johnny Rockets franchise.
Chris Drucquer became a franchisee soon after graduating college. Twenty-two years later, he says hes just getting started.
Phil Stoops found a career as a Sky Zone franchisee after two decades in corporate America.
William and Jen Vancor wanted to beef up their retirement funds. So, they opened a jerky franchise.
This former police officer went from working in a former war zone in Bosnia to running a Merry Maids franchise.
After losing his job on his second day in a new city, Connor Ferguson found a new career in urgent care franchising.
Lynne Lawson always wanted to be an interior decorator. When she turned 40, she decided it was finally time to leave her career as an IBM exec and take the plunge.
Seeking a new chance to be directly involved in others' lives, Page Cole made the career switch from minister to senior care franchisee.
In three years, OsteoStrong has gone from zero to commitments for 500 units in nine states. Here's why this couple signed on to the franchise.
This franchising veteran is hoping to use the skills he learned from Subway and Auntie Anne's as a Persona Neapolitan Pizzeria franchisee.
When Kurt Kittleson came out of retirement, it was to become the franchisee of a brand he knew very well: the company he founded decades earlier.
Just one year after Binoy Kothari bought three underperforming Baskin-Robbins, he was able to turn a profit. Now, he's buying more.
Ken Chaffee knew he could be a great OpenWorks franchisee, because the position allowed him to manage employees, not make sales.
This former Domino's Pizza driver plans to open 10 Jersey Mike's locations this year alone. Here's how he does it.
Lorna Ross knew she wanted to run her own business. With the help of a franchise consultant, she was able to become a ShelfGenie franchisee with confidence.
This husband-wife duo doesn't believe there is such thing as working too hard, as co-franchisees of two BrightStar Care franchises.
Dulce Cuevas has worked nearly every position possible at Liberty Tax: translator, bilingual tax preparer, tax school instructor, manager and finally multi-unit franchisee.
After working his way up from waiter to franchise owner at Outback Steakhouse, Cecil Tyrell Whisenton decided to try his hand at healthy vending franchising.
Kevin Ortner became Renters Warehouse first franchisee because he believed the young company could bring something fresh to the industry.
JDog Junk Removal has one big prerequisite for every potential franchisee: they must be a military veteran.
Looking for a way to support her six kids as a single mom, Nusha Pelicano discovered Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt by chance.
When Nathan Coombs retired from the military, DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen's company culture convinced him that the franchise was the right fit.
Even though Steve Ferguson works with an established concept as a U.S. Lawns franchisee, his relationship building skills have helped him land $1 million in annual billings.
When Paul Danylik opened up an ice cream franchise, he knew he'd have to deal with regulation. He just didn't know how much.
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