Recent Examples of franchisee from the Web
The new Florida agreements are with the following franchisees: Bo Scallions LLC, JCM Management LLC and Bo Benton, Inc., which operates 11 restaurants in the Myrtle Beach market.
According to the restaurant chain, in 2012 Phoenix-area franchisees Jerry and Windy Griffin launched the program as a local initiative to encourage bottled water donations at a time when wildfires and drastic heat had depleted the supplies.
Hamburger Mary’s food and famously accepting ambiance has inspired franchisees to dive into a life of Cali-Mary rings and Mary Tyler S’mores—many of whom left non-restaurant industry professions to open a Mary’s in their neighborhood.
The eatery will be owned by franchisee Chris Deshler.
Apple Central KC LLC, the local Kansas City franchisee of Applebee’s, plans to invest more than $3 million in its restaurants over the next two years.
The company, located in Vancouver, is one of the 12 largest Taco Bell franchisees in the country, operating 156 restaurants in Ohio and six other states, according to the corporation's website.
Under the new approach, a company can be considered an employer of a worker employed by another firm, like a contractor or franchisee, even if the original company does not directly control working conditions there.
The rollout includes touch-screen ordering in the lobbies of each restaurant, and franchisees interviewed by Cowen are embracing the concept.
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Definition of franchisee for English Language Learners
: someone who has been given the right to sell a company's goods or services in a particular area : a person who has been granted a franchise
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