Pollo Campero

Pollo Campero wants to bring its unique chicken recipes

even further into the United States through franchising.

By Jim Harris

Openings of new Pollo Campero® outlets in the United States attract long lines of customers. “People will stand in line for hours to eat here,” Vice President of Franchising Gustavo Duran says.

Brain Ballance In Center Lobby

Brain Balance Achievement Centers is breaking new ground

in the childhood learning industry.

By Jim Harris

Brain Balance Achievement Centers franchisees are motivated by more than just the idea of owning their own business or making a profit. “First and foremost, they want to do good, and are driven by helping kids,” CEO Chip Miller says. “The child service franchising sector has grown, and there are a lot of opportunities, but not any where you can do as much good and make as much impact.

Big Sky

Big Sky Franchise Team guides its clients through the franchising process.

By Alan Dorich

Franchising your business is not a simple process. There are many important decisions to be made, including the creation and development of a business plan, operations manual, a marketing campaign, along with finding good franchise advisors and consultants along the way. But that’s where Big Sky Franchise Team can come in and help, CEO Tom DuFore says.

1.Surface Specialists Refinish.Before.After

Surface Specialists knows how to keep its dedicated franchisees satisfied.

By Alan Dorich

Surface Specialists Systems Inc. takes on the bathtub repair projects that its competitors avoid. “I can fix a hole [in a tub] as big as your head,” President and CEO Dan Kaplan declares. “When I’m done, you wouldn’t be able to find it.”

The company even fixes tubs that have cracked in half. “Not too many people would tackle that kind of damage,” he says. “Some would run away.”

Express Employment

Express Employment Professionals wants its franchisees, clients

and the job seekers it works with to be successful.

By Jim Harris

Express Employment Professionals does more than just help place people into jobs. “One of our purposes is to give everyone hope and encouragement that there is a good job out there for them if they are willing to learn skills, have integrity and a good work ethic,” says Robert A. Funk, founder, CEO and chairman of the Oklahoma City-based international staffing company.

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