Best for Vets: Franchises 2016; 42 brands with benefits

Vet friendy awardsAre you compatible? Do you share similar values? Can you depend on them for support? How have their other relationships gone? Are they in it for the long haul? Are you?

Important questions when you’re trying to find a spouse, for sure.

But you should also have these things in mind if you’re considering a franchise.

You can always transfer out of a bad college or put in your two weeks’ notice at a bad job. But pick the wrong franchise and you could be stuck for years — or have to deal with big debts.

 

“Looking at a franchise opportunity, you’ve got to think of it in terms of a marriage, because it is a long-term relationship,” said Tim Courtney, a vice president with CruiseOne, which took the top spot in our Best for Vets: Franchises 2016 rankings. For the full story Click Here.

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