Veterans in Franchising
WHY VETERANS ARE CHOOSING FRANCHISING
Franchise ownership means leading a team again, it means executing a blueprint for success, and it means a purpose and mission-driven career.
WHY FRANCHISORS NEED VETS
Franchisors find veterans outperforming and excelling at the leadership and tenacity required to run a small business, and they're looking for more of the same.
From Our Blog
Meet Army Veteran Steve White, former Chairman of the International Franchise Association’s VetFran Committee. Steve has more than 25 years of leadership experience in the franchising industry from Domino’s Pizza to Allegra Network to his current role as the President and COO of PuroClean USA. In celebration of VetFran’s 30th anniversary,…Read More
International Franchise Association and VetFran are proud to highlight Veterans who continue to serve their communities as franchise owners. Brian Thompson served in the U.S. Navy for 9 years earning his stripes at one of the most challenging technical schools in the U.S. Armed Forces – Nuclear Power School. He then…Read More
As a young man Mark Furlan was drafted into the US Army to serve as a Chaplain’s Assistant in Vietnam for two years. The assignment worked for Furlan, who grew up with a strong faith background and a Catholic school education. After his service in the Army, Furlan became a youth…Read More