Franchising

Many veterans enter the workforce with specific skills and advantages that make them uniquely qualified to open a franchise. It’s a lucrative opportunity for those with the desire and access to funding. Use these resources to learn more about the process and pitfalls that go with owning and operating a franchise.

Includes:

  • Is business ownership right for you?
  • Avoid these 5 pitfalls when buying a franchise
  • Connecting with the franchise that’s right for you

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Cruise to Success

CRUISEONE

CruiseOne is a home-based travel franchise that has been in business for 23 years. The company is part of World Travel Holdings, the world’s largest cruise agency. CruiseOne has more than 900 franchise locations in 48 states and Mexico. Seventy-five people work at corporate...

Search & Employ®, Franchising, March-April 2015

Home-Based Franchises: Ideal for Veterans and Their Spouses

By David E. Omholt, a franchise advisor with Veteran Franchise Centers (VFC) – a RecruitMilitary strategic partner. VFC offers a free service to veterans looking to learn more about the franchise buying process and options in the market. Omholt is a Certified Franchise Executive (CFE) and a...

Search & Employ®, Franchising, March-April 2015

How Franchise Consultants Help Veterans Buy Franchises

By David E. Omholt, a franchise advisor with Veteran Franchise Centers (VFC) – a RecruitMilitary strategic partner. VFC offers a free service to veterans looking to learn more about the franchise buying process and options in the market. Omholt is a Certified Franchise Executive (CFE) and a...

Search & Employ®, Franchising, January-February 2015

Trash to Treasure

JDOG JUNK REMOVAL & HAULING

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling sells junk removal and hauling franchises exclusively to veterans and other members of military families. The business is predicated on the notion that, when given the choice, Americans will almost always select a veteran-backed...

Search & Employ®, Franchising, March-April 2015