Salad Creations Hosts Franchise Ownership Seminar January 19, 2010

Qualified Candidates in Attendance Have Opportunity to Win a $25,000 Franchise Fee

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL--(Marketwire) - Salad Creations, offering a fresh alternative to fast-food for today's healthy lifestyle, is hosting a Business Ownership Seminar for interested franchisees on Tuesday, January 19th at 7:00 PM at the Fort Lauderdale Sheraton Hotel located at 1825 Griffin Road in Dania Beach, FL. Candidates in attendance will also have the opportunity to win a $25,000 franchise fee should they qualify both financially and operationally to become a Salad Creations franchisee.

"As Salad Creations continues to grow across South Florida, we're now looking for exceptional franchisees who have the desire to be small business owners and a passion to serve their local communities," said Jeff Levine, CEO of Salad Creations. "By offering a free $25,000 franchise fee to one qualified candidate, we hope to motivate prospects to attend the seminar and also assist them financially in the current economic climate."

At the Business Ownership Seminar, prospects will meet the Salad Creations executive team, which has a combined 100 years of food franchise experience. Attendees will learn about the benefits of owning a Salad Creations franchise including: low start up costs; easy operations; convenient hours; a fresh-made menu requiring no cooking, no venting or grease traps; great real estate sites available across South Florida; and Salad Creations' award winning training and support.

Each Salad Creations restaurant features over 40 ingredients to choose from including farm-fresh vegetables, fruits, cheeses, sliced meats, grilled chicken and salmon, and over 15 designer salad dressings, among others. Specially-trained Salad Chefs prepare each customer's order and, if asked, can help match particular tastes to customize the salad experience. All salads can be either tossed or chopped and are available in two sizes -- the "Full Creation" which includes unlimited throw-ins, or the "Junior Creation" for those seeking value at a lower price point.

In addition to the "Create Your Own Salad" option, Salad Creations offers more than 10 featured salads, a variety of daily soup specials, fresh wraps and Paninis.

About Salad Creations:

Salad Creations is an international restaurant franchise offering a fresh alternative to fast food for today's healthy lifestyle. Each location offers "Create Your Own" salads as well as more than 10 featured salads, a variety of daily soup specials, fresh wraps, and a Panini option. Headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Salad Creations has more than 50 locations open across the United States, Brazil and Canada. The company was named the number one restaurant chain in 2009 on Restaurant Business' annual "Future 50" list, the number one salad franchise in Entrepreneur Magazine's "2008 Franchise 500" ranking and was listed among the top 50 brands in Franchise Business Review's "2008 Franchisee Satisfaction Awards."

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