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Mergers and acquisitions are a proven way to achieve rapid franchise growth. Many successful franchisees with a knack for turnarounds have acquired underperforming locations and turned them into profitable operations. Learn tips and strategies for successful merger and acquisition growth strategies.

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Eddie Rodriguez, one of the 10 largest Wendy's franchisees, says he has never worked a day in his life. After 43 years in franchising, Rodriguez continues his relentless dedication to growing a brand he believes in--and in expanding it beyond his company's 179 Wendy's locations in Florida, New Mexico, and Texas.
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