A challenge that many military veterans have when they return from their tours overseas is working their way back into a work force that continues to see high unemployment. However, many were able to see new opportunities recently at the 2012 Franchise Expo South in Miami Beach, Florida.
Many have the leadership and skills necessary to run a business due to their military experience, and have discovered that franchising is a great opportunity to be their own boss. Thousands of veterans have been courted by franchisors through the VetFran program, which serves to assist those returning from the front lines of war in the transition back into society.
Franchisors who are a part of the VetFran program understand that many veterans are highly educated and motivated to be successful, even if most don’t have a tremendous amount of wealth. That is why many franchisors in the program offer discounted or waved franchise fees and rates to veterans as encouragement to open up a franchise of their own. Several offer financing options to help ease the process for a veteran to become a franchise owner.
VR Business Sales
, a proud member of the VetFran program, is waving their franchise fee to 50 veterans who are interested in opening up a location and becoming a VR business intermediary.
to learn more about the opportunities available at VR Business Sales.