There are signs that franchisors are reaching out to military veterans like never before.
In the last week alone, there have been three interesting developments. AAMCO announced that it is cutting $8,000 off its franchise fee for military veterans. At the same time, Atlanta-based franchise Maid Brigade have announced that they are giving away franchises to veterans. 7-Eleven is looking to open 200 new franchises this year and they’re slashing franchise fees to veterans so that they can lead the way.
Are all of these stories coincidental? We don’t think so. It’s clear that franchisors who are looking to expand see military veterans as exactly the kind of people to be opening new units. We expect to see more and more developments like this over the summer and urge veterans to keep an eye on the blog, not to mention what’s happening over at VetFran, to learn about the latest franchise offers for military veterans.
If you’re a military veteran looking to purchase a franchise, Franchise Direct will guide you to the best opportunity.