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Earl Wise opened a Famous Sams Hair Salon as a way to make extra income, but it became much more than that when he lost his job as an auto industry executive.
The entrepreneur ultimately only pranked himself when he failed to follow through on his fictional 'Music Box' concept.
Critics told UT Patel that he was too young to open his own franchise at age 30. So, he made it his mission to prove them wrong.
Two years ago, Ted Jastemski left his job as a dean for the Art Institute of Tampa to become a Chem-Dry franchisee. Here's why.
Wanting to be his own boss, Tim Marshall left his job as an electrical engineer to become a GYMGUYZ franchisee.