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Successful multi-unit franchisees share their growth stories. From getting started in franchising to building and expanding their enterprises, multi-unit franchisees share their challenges and successes with in-depth profiles.

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After taking a body blow to his Aaron’s business in 2015, Spencer Smith has diversified and is on the growth track once again
  • Kerry Pipes
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Multi-brand franchisee and area developer Tim Gayhart has buying his franchisor firmly in his sights
  • Kerry Pipes
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How two multi-brand food franchisees are coping with Covid in mid-2021
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Seeking more time with his newborn daughter, Matt Pendleton left his high-stress job with a restaurant franchisor and today owns 3 Screenmobile locations
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  • 1,414 Reads 18 Shares
Q&A with Sean Fitzgerald, president of TruBlue Total House Care, which boosted revenue 94% last year, part 2
  • Kerry Pipes
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Mike Philip, with 22 years in franchising, applies a light touch to his serious success
  • Kerry Pipes
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Q&A with Sean Fitzgerald, president of TruBlue Total House Care, which boosted revenue 94% last year
  • Kerry Pipes
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Mike Davis’ 1-800-JunkPro is gaining its share of a $50 billion industry
  • Kerry Pipes
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PuroClean 5-unit franchisee explains why he chose a service brand to invest in
  • Keegan Trudgen
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30-year-old Wasif Saddique, who learned the ropes growing up in his uncle’s restaurants, now operates two Wayback Burgers and is gunning for more
  • Kerry Pipes
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Yonas Hagos arrived in the U.S. after spending his childhood in a refugee camp in Sudan. Today he operates 27 franchised units – with more on the way.
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Sajib Singha goes big, growing his 5 food brands across small-town Texas, with plans for 8 more in 2021
  • Kerry Pipes
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Robby Basati rises from delivery driver to franchisee and area development agent for Mountain Mike’s Pizza
  • Kerry Pipes
  • 2,548 Reads 37 Shares
Lynn Ann Zazzali’s passion for education and children led her from public school teacher to a top franchisee at The Learning Experience
  • Kerry Pipes
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Luis San Miguel, with 3 brands, is looking forward to 2021 and advancing toward his goal of 100 units 
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Army veteran George Hart’s goal is to build a Dunkin’ on every military base in America
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After a stellar career in sports and entertainment marketing, Elaina Watley is becoming a star franchisee with Amazing Lash Studio, promoting women in business, and building a school in Ghana
  • Kerry Pipes
  • 5,582 Reads 16 Shares
How a 33-year-old franchisee with almost 60 snack-brand units is dealing with Covid-19
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine
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Covid-19 has taught third-generation franchisee Scott Rohrer (One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, Mister Sparky Electric) that plumbing is his most “essential” business
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine
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Veteran multi-brand franchisee Mitch Cohen has seen sales at his Jersey Mike’s Subs locations fall 25% since mid-March. He’s countered with discounts, and has gone above and beyond to support his employees and their families. He’s also signed a 6-unit agreement with Sola Salon Studios and is a co-founder of Performax Franchisee Advisors.
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During the Covid-19 pandemic we have been contacting franchisees, asking them what they’re doing to get through the crisis and, hopefully, come out the other side.
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How multi-unit Christian Brothers Automotive franchisee Jeff Toth is coping with being deemed an essential business in Texas
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine
  • 1,639 Reads 26 Shares
Dawn Lafreeda, Denny’s largest individual franchisee, has seen sales drop as much as 90 percent in some of her restaurants. She is looking for a stronger government response as she tries to save her company and protect her employees until she’s allowed to reopen at full capacity.
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine
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Multi-brand franchisee Lee Kleiner (Dairy Queen, Which Wich, Garbanzo Mediterranean Fresh) shares what he’s doing to survive Covid-19
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Two Men and a Truck multi-unit operator Brooke Wilson shares what she’s doing to get through Covid-19
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Multi-brand franchisee Eric Danver – Papa John’s and Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa – shares what he’s doing to survive Covid-19. While his spas are shuttered, his Papa John’s stores are carrying the load, with recent sales up more than 30% as demand for pizza delivery soars.
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Multi-brand franchisee Eric Danver (Papa John’s and Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa) shares what he’s doing to survive Covid-19. While his spas are shuttered, his Papa John’s stores are carrying the load, with recent sales up more than 30% as demand for pizza delivery soars.
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine
  • 1,604 Reads 7 Shares
Michael Chalmers, a Spherion Staffing Services franchisee with 4 offices in Georgia and Alabama, says his clients—companies looking to fill essential jobs—are giving him a unique perspective on the employment market during Covid-19
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine
  • 1,491 Reads 15 Shares
Michael Chalmers, a Spherion Staffing Services franchisee with 4 offices in Georgia and Alabama, says his clients - companies looking to fill essential jobs - are giving him a unique perspective on the employment market during Covid-19.
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Multi-brand restaurant operator Greg Cutchall had to furlough 350 employees at his casual brands, but has seen minimal to flat drops in sales at his QSR locations, which are helping to carry him through
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine
  • 2,066 Reads 13 Shares
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