Would Military and Veterans make good franchise owners?

Would Military and Veterans make good franchise owners?

Well, I don’t know if this answers the question, but All County already has a handful of veterans running their own franchise business and they seem to be doing okay!

Franchises seem to be very appealing to veterans because they work well with a plan, and a franchise business is basically one big Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) with a network to train you, support you, and hold you accountable.

As the lead digital strategist for All County Franchise, I had the opportunity to sit down with our CEO and ask her a few questions about why military and veterans are interested in the All County Franchise opportunity.

Watch the video to hear what she has to say.

(If you prefer to read then we’ve provided a transcript below the video.)

And if you want to know more about the All County Franchise Opportunity then I encourage you to download the All County Brochure. It is a good place to start.

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Video Transcript:


Sandy Ferrera:

So we have a number of veterans in our system and probably the one that’s the most well-known is the colonel, he’s very boisterous. But I think that it’s very appealing to veterans because they work well with a system, they work well with a plan. The first the colonel did with our operations manual is he changed it to the S.O.P., which was standard operating procedures, because that’s what they did in the army. So rather than take offense, we embraced it. But I think for somebody with that type of background it goes back to what I said earlier: if you can follow a plan and you have a desire you’re going to get there faster than everybody else because you have that straight route. And so folks that have been in the military generally are extremely good at following an execution. And that makes a good franchisee no matter what concept you’re looking into.