Chains aim to attract veterans with franchisee deals

11/13/2011 |

Veterans are more likely to be self-employed than those who haven't served in the military, and more are finding opportunities to run their own restaurants. Subway waives its franchise fee for honorably discharged veterans looking to open eateries on military or government installations, and Great American Cookies recently boosted its franchise-fee discount for veterans to 40%.

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