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Franchise Players: Two Businessmen Who Teamed Up to Take On Foundation Repair
When these franchisees saw the challenges of constructing strong foundations, they decided to be part of the solution.
Franchise Players: From Piloting Planes to Fro-Yo Franchising
Here's how Paul Hornick went from working as a stunt pilot to owning four Red Mango frozen yogurt shops.
Franchise Players: We Put Our Home on the Line to Buy a Franchise
Josh Kattenberg knew buying a Real Property Management franchise would have its challenges. Here's how he faced them.
Franchise Players: A Female Entrepreneur Steers an Auto Care Franchise
Rissy Sutherland played the field in the franchise industry, before becoming COO of Honest-1 Auto Care.
Franchise Players: This Repair Technician Proves Any Time Can Be Right to Start Your Business
Jeanne Lemieux worked as a technician for 26 years before opening up her own Mr. Appliance franchise. Here's what she learned.
Franchise Players: Two Men and a Truck's First Franchisee Reflects on 27 Years in Franchising
Two Men and a Truck is built on a family of female entrepreneurs. Here's what the first franchisee (and the founder's daughter) has learned.
Franchise Players: A Franchisee Follows In the Footsteps of Her Grandmother
Alicia Sorber Gallegos talks working as a Two Men and a Truck franchisee—a company founded by her grandmother.
Franchise Players: One Woman's Long Journey to Become a Sylvan Learning Center Franchisee
Once, Hillary Malone Tilton was a student at Sylvan Learning Center. Today, she runs 13 locations.
Franchise Players: From Technician to 'All In' as a Car Care Franchisee
When Pete Robinson started as an apprentice technician at a little auto shop, he had no idea he'd some day end up owning his own Meineke Car Center.
Franchise Players: The Journey From Massage Therapist to Massage Franchisee
For Jackie Martinez, Elements Massage has evolved from an outlet for her stress to an hourly job to her very own franchise.
Franchise Players: Serious Challenges Didn't Stop This Franchise Duo
It hasn't always been easy, but Rainbow Station franchisee power couple Parks Hunter and Michelle Mistele believe franchising is best done together.
Franchise Players: How a Martial Arts Franchise Energized This Couple's Relationship
Pro Martial Arts franchisees John and Lisa Highberger talk consulting and communication.