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Archive: August 2013

Major Success with Bach to Rock

New In Town Bach to Rock, which opened in Port in January, already has over 250 students, ages 3 to a woman in her 80’s. Owners Glenn Fleischman and Alan Goodstadt created the school with the intention of becoming the “center of the recreational music community,”...

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MMR Magazine Franchise Opportunites: Performance-Based Music Education Schools

The Kids Are Alright Music Education outside of the classroom is nothing new, of course, and even the concept of franchised programs isn’t a breakthrough. However, in the past few years, performance-based music instruction organizations have been making a greater impact- due partly to cutbacks in...

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This July 4th, IFA recognizes veterans who have started careers in the franchise industry

On Nov. 10, 2011, IFA announced “Operation Enduring Opportunity,” a franchise industry-wide campaign to hire and recruit as owners 80,000 veterans and military spouses through 2014. Since 2011, nearly 65,000 veterans have entered franchising, including 4,314 owners. On April 30, the White House Joining Forces initiative...

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Today’s Hottest Franchise Opportunities

On the following pages, you’ll find 10 franchise categories that have taken off in the last year. From old standards like hamburgers and fitness to up-and-coming categories like children’s entertainment, what these 10 industries have in common is growth, and this includes wholly new franchise ideas....

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Bach To Rock’s First Franchise School In Port Washington, N.Y., A Hit With Children And Adults

Local Franchisee Targeting Expansion in Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester and Fairfield Counties Bach to Rock (B2R), America’s Music School for students of all ages, announced today that its first franchise school in Port Washington, N.Y. has been a hit in the local community as more than 250...

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Soldiers Turn Entrepreneur as 1 Million Exit U.S. Military: Jobs

Robert Rummells, a U.S. Army Ranger for 22 years, says it was a natural transition when he opened a Mosquito Joe pest-control franchise in Richmond, Virginia, earlier this month. “I’m an outdoor type of guy, and I didn’t want to be chained to my computer in...

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