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Each year, Multi-Unit Franchisee magazine is proud to honor franchisee excellence with its annual MVP (Most Valuable Performer) Awards. The winners, chosen from a long list of nominees, are the country’s best and brightest multi-unit franchisees, power operators, innovators, and creative thinkers who demonstrated outstanding performance in growing both their organization and their brands.

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Just like in professional sports, a Most Valuable Player award is carefully and selectively bestowed on only a handful of the very best players. These players are unique and possess a drive to perform and win that goes beyond what most of their contemporaries can muster. This is the kind of individual selected annually for the Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine MVP Awards.
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Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine today announced that nominations are now open for the annual MVP (Most Valuable Player) Awards, recognizing the industry's best in franchisee talent, performance and excellence. The deadline for entry is March 15, 2011, and the winners will be announced on April 28, 2011 at the Multi-Unit Franchising Conference in Las Vegas.
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Dave Melton oversees a half dozen Domino's Pizza locations in the Big Apple. The New York City market is one of the toughest in the country and yet Melton has flourished since beginning his life as a franchisee 20 years ago. But he hasn't just built a successful business in Manhattan, last year he made the New York DMA the most successful market in the Domino's organization. Now that's power.
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