Military Spouse Opportunity: End The Job Hunt Cycle With This Franchise Giveaway
Are you tired of looking for a new job with every PCS? Tried other home-based businesses and it’s just not a fit? Maybe you have dreams of owning your own business but there just hasn’t been the right idea or military spouse opportunity.
As a member of the military community, it can be challenging to find a rewarding career that can actually move with you. Personally it’s one of the reasons I love entrepreneurship. I can shift and pivot despite the crazy military lifestyle. But taking an idea and building an entire business from the ground up isn’t a fit for everyone.
Another option for those of us with an entrepreneurial spirit is franchise ownership.
A franchise business is a business that you own and run. The difference is that instead of creating everything yourself, you purchase a license to sell goods or services that have been developed by someone else . In addition you obtain the rights to use established systems along with their business logo, name, and business model of the franchise owner. Franchises are an extremely common way of doing business and very attractive to the novice entrepreneur.
Sound intriguing right?
If you have ever wondered if owning a franchise might be YOUR answer, here is an opportunity that you don’t want to pass up!
✓ STEP 2 – Submit on-line Candidate Profile Form by July 25, 2018.
✓ STEP 3 – Top 25 candidates announced on July 31, 2018.
✓ STEP 4 –Top 25 candidates create & submit a 2 minute “Why Me” video and complete a Personality Assessment by August 17, 2018.
✓ STEP 5 – Videos from the Top 10 candidates announced and posted online on August 20, 2018. America can vote from August 20, 2018 through September 14, 2018.
The five GRAND PRIZE WINNERS of OPERATION: EventPrep® $200,000 Franchise GiveAway for Military Spouses will be announced Monday, September 17, 2018, and each will receive a complimentary EventPrep® franchise valued at $40,000.
When thinking about franchising, people often wonder what the advantages and disadvantages are. Here are a few points that will help you decide what’s the best option for you.
Franchises offer important pre-opening support: site selection, design, construction, financing, training, and a grand-opening program.
Franchises offer ongoing support: training national and regional advertising operating procedures, operational assistance, ongoing supervision and management support, increased spending power, and access to bulk purchasing.
Franchises have a Lower Failure Rate
The main disadvantage of owning a franchise is that you must conform to the rules and guidelines of the franchiser, which can include location, products, resale and more.
Being a military spouse ending the cycle of the job hunt is key to reducing stress and reaching our goals. Who knows, you may be able to do both as an owner of an Eventprep Franchise!
*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Eventprep Franchise. All opinions are entirely my own.
~Judy Davis, The Direction Diva is a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, author and host of the Mighty Parenting Podcast. She is a small business and teen suicide prevention expert as well as an influencer in the military spouse community. Judy is passionate about providing programs and resources to families across the nation and is the CEO of DASIUM a brand leading the way in depression, addiction and suicide prevention in teens and young adults. Judy’s books Right Side Up and Warning Signs: Is Your Teen at Risk are go to resources for families. To hire Judy or Connect with her visit TheDirectionDiva.com
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