beerhead

Beerhead Bar & Eatery shares its co-founders’ passion for craft beer

and spirits through its franchising efforts.

By Jim Harris, Knighthouse Media

Beerhead Bar & Eatery’s founders are not difficult to find when one of its locations needs help. “We are an ideal option for budding franchisees because we have so much direct contact with each individual franchisee,” says Co-owner Greg Goodrich, who co-founded the company in 2012 with longtime friend Pasquale “Pat” D’Onofrio. “We personally walk each franchisee through the process and help them replicate what we’ve created in each of our stores – an authentic American craft beer and cocktail bar experience with great food – that sets us apart from other brands.”

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Chris Tomshack HealthSource 

HealthSource evolves the chiropractic industry by offering a range of services

that form a holistic approach to healthcare. 

By Tim O’Connor, Knighthouse Media

Opioid overdoes is one of the biggest crises facing the United States health industry. Addiction to opioids stems from overzealous prescriptions and was responsible for 33,000 American deaths in 2015, according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse. Government agencies, insurers and healthcare providers are scrambling to address the epidemic while pushing doctors to prescribe fewer pain relievers. A growing number of states, counties and cities across the country have filed lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies for manufacturing and misrepresenting opioids.

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Snap Fitness evolves its business model to remain an attractive option

for franchisees looking to get into the health and wellness space.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Knighthouse Media

In the competitive fitness industry, Snap Fitness has always strived to be a leader in the small to medium gym category by evolving with the trends since its inception in 2003. “Our business model and fitness concept has evolved,” Director of Marketing Caitlin Tvrdik says. “We started as a turnkey 24-hour solution, which at the time was a new, hot concept. Today, our clubs are still 24/7, but they feature robust offerings, lively communities and personal trainers focused on results.”

Shell Shack

Ready to Boil

Shell Shack has the plan and processes in place to rapidly expand

its casual specialty seafood concept in the coming years.

By Tim O’Connor, Knighthouse Media

Dallas Hale and Matt Saba were experienced sports bar and nightclub owners but hadn’t yet come up with a food-focused concept. In 2011, the duo stumbled across a casual-dining seafood restaurant while traveling and were inspired by the idea. When they returned home to Texas, they decided to introduce a crab night on at one of their sports bars for the typically slow Thursday night crowd. Within two months, Thursday had become the one of the busiest nights of the week.

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