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Woodcraft To Franchise Company-Owned Stores <b></b>

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Parkersburg, West Virginia-Woodcraft plans to convert 27corporately owned retail stores into franchise units over the nexttwo years.

"Concentrating our retail efforts on the franchise side ofthe business allows us to sharpen our focus and provide more andbetter services to our franchisees and customers," said BryanKatchur, Woodcraft's president.

"Conversion of the corporate store to franchise units isthe natural evolution of Woodcraft's recent accomplishments infranchise operations," said Bill Carroll, franchise directorfor the woodworking supply chain. "Along with the growth weproject through selling additional franchises in new markets, thiswill enhance our ability to provide quality programs and servicesneeded to continue our success in the retail marketplace."-PR Newswire

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