Coverall thanks all veterans for their service in the US Military and is proud of the many veterans who have chosen to start their own franchised businesses.
On Veteran’s Day 2011 at the Chamber of Commerce, First Lady Michelle Obama announced Operation Enduring Opportunity, the campaign of the International Franchise Association and franchised businesses to hire and recruit as franchise owners, 80,000 veterans and their spouses through 2014. Since 2011, nearly 65,000 veterans and military spouses have entered franchising, including over 4,300 as franchised business owners.
Founded in 1991, VetFran is an initiative of the International Franchise Association (IFA) that works to make opportunities in franchising more accessible to veterans, and over 600 of IFA’s members participate by offering financial incentives, training and mentoring.
As a proud member of VetFran and the IFA, Coverall actively seeks veterans as franchisees. People with military experience are familiar with structured environments and process-oriented methods – two important skills that can help them succeed as entrepreneurs.
Coverall’s commitment to returning veterans has earned repeated recognition including rankings in 50 Top Franchises for Military Veterans, Military Friendly Franchise by GI Jobs magazine, and Best for Vets: Franchises by Military Times Edge magazine.
Contact Coverall for information about franchise opportunities.