How do I draft a letter to a potenial franchise requesting a license or a contract?

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Assuming you've completed all your research on the opportunity (refer to the expert articles at Entrepreneur.com if unfamiliar with what this means), you should already have a good working relationship with the franchisor.  Just call them on the phone and ask for agreements to be sent.  If you haven't done the homework yet, it is way too early to ask for agreements.
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