Buying and running a successful franchise has many of the same demands as any other business. But the process becomes even more challenging when disaster strikes. Meet three franchisees who faced down the unthinkable and emerged stronger than ever.
Rita Cortese risked everything for her Plato's Closet franchise.
A personal tragedy and an economic downturn hit David Ogburn hard, but he staged a comeback.
Barry Foot turned his passion for cruises into his profession. Then he used his profession to honor his late wife.