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The ousted charity leaders never provided the structures and controls needed to be protectors of the generosity coming their way.
Greg Kingsbury of Arizona is thriving as a franchisee with Better Deal Printing, a company uniquely positioned to give back to the veteran community.
Military service imbues people with the values employers prize but getting vets to talk about themselves is often a challenge.
Skills honed during military service transfer naturally to franchise ownership.
Budget Blinds offers a soft landing for transitioning veterans.
Bill Lesswing worked as a PIRTEK employee for over a decade, and now he's transitioning to a franchisee as he opens the company's first Tennessee location.
Michael O'Neill runs his JDog Junk Removal and Hauling franchise in accordance with the Soldier's Creed.
Brendan Ryan believes that military and police personnel are perfectly prepared for the franchise industry.
Have a cause you care passionately about? Make it part of your company mission.
Vets deserve special consideration this Memorial Day. In the entrepreneurial world, certain franchisors haven't forgotten that.
Military service is good preparation for the stamina and problem-solving required to be a successful entrepreneur.
Tutor Doctor has the structure and strong support team that appealed to a 22-year Navy duty officer.