SAN DIEGO - June 02, 2014 - (BUSINESS WIRE) - National Jack in the Box Franchise Association today announced it will join the Jack in the Box Foundation as co-title sponsor for the 24th Annual Jack in the Box® Charity Golf Tournament. The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency Indian Well Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, Calif. and will benefit the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization. The National Franchise Association will donate $25,000 in support of the Big Brothers Big Sisters mission to create a brighter future for at-risk youth through positive mentor relationships.
"The National Jack in the Box Franchise Association represents franchise owners in communities around the country," said Anil Yadav, chairman of the National Franchise Association Board of Directors. "As an association, our goals include giving back to our communities and Big Brothers Big Sisters is one of the most impactful organizations in the country. We are pleased to support this important annual fundraising event."
"We were pleased to be able to join with the Jack in the Box Foundation in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters," said Reza Khajavi, president of the National Franchise Association Board of Directors.
The JIB Franchisees have always worked closely with the Annual Jack in the Box Charity Golf Tournament since its inception. This will be National Jack in the Box Franchise Association’s first year as co-title sponsor of the event.
For more information about the National Jack in the Box Franchise Association, please visit us at http://www.jib-nfa.org/.
The National Jack in the Box Franchise Association (JIB-NFA) is comprised of franchise owners in the Jack in the Box system. Its board of directors consists of 15 franchise owners with a combined ownership experience of 163 years.
Any franchise owner in the Jack in the Box system may join the JIB-NFA. Currently the association represents 100 franchise owners with more than 1,711 restaurants. The association was formed in 1995, and its mission is to provide a pathway for franchise owners to offer ground level input to Jack in the Box Inc. on initiatives and issues to benefit both franchise owners and the corporation. It is the organization’s stated intent to have a seat at the table as a partner with Jack in the Box Inc. and having a role in major decisions that affect franchise owners.
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