The Coalition of Franchisee Associations (CFA) has recently added two new franchisee association groups to its ranks. The Edible Arrangements Independent Franchisee Association and the San Francisco-Monterey Bays 7-11 Franchise Owners Association are now part of the growing 17-member group of franchisee associations that comprise the CFA. The group now represents more than 30,000 franchise owners, 70,000 locations, and 1.3 million employees.
The CFA has brought together some of the largest and most reputable independent franchisee associations to form an organization with a mission "to leverage the collective strengths of franchisee associations for the benefit of the franchisee community." The Washington, DC-based CFA is committed to providing vital support and assistance to the franchisee community at large.
"We are pleased to have the Edible Arrangements Independent Franchisee Association and the San Francisco-Monterey Bays 7-11 Franchise Owners Association as our newest members," says Keith Miller, CFA chairman. "We have doubled our membership associations over the last year, which allows us to better represent all franchisees. We will continue to work to represent their interests to strengthen franchising by ensuring that the franchisees who invest in our local communities have a voice in working towards a more balanced and profitable position."
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