I Spy Something Dyed . . .
Two sisters went undercover to investigate a possible franchise--and liked what they saw.
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Sisters Sarah Weinman and Soraya Bandy have been runningbusinesses together for 13 years, but this year, they decided tomake the move from independent ownership to franchising. For threeyears, the pair operated FINAO (Failure Is Not an Option), awomen's clothing manufacturer that required them to travel toEurope and Asia and work in New York, away from their New Jerseyhomes.
As mothers of two children each, Weinman, 32, and Bandy, 38,were looking for something closer to home. "When we had FINAO,it got to the point where my daughter was saying 'Mom, wereally need you at home,'" Weinman says.
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