Jason Daley lives and writes in Madison, Wisconsin. His work regularly appears in Popular Science, Outside and other magazines.
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A onetime internet phenomenon is finally ready to franchise.
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Franchises take steps to attract deep-pocketed investors from the start.
The Franchise Funding Group wants to do things differently.
In an industry of copycats, fresh ideas can stand out.
This fashion label is loved by country folks and city slickers.
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