Simply the Best
Presenting the top 111 industry-leading companies from our 2004 Franchise 500 listing
We're conditioned to want the best in life, and that doesn't change when it comes to buying a franchise. Part of your search for the perfect franchise means looking for the company that offers the best concept, the best training, the best support and the best startup package for you.
If you want nothing but the best, you've come to the right place. Welcome to our annual "Best of the Best" franchise listing, where we've pulled the top franchises in each of 111 categories from our 2004 Franchise 500®. Whether you're interested in a children's business or a food franchise, you'll want to take a look at what we've determined to be the "best" franchises for 2004 in your category.
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