Sunday, September 15, 2019

On the move

The 10 Fastest Growing Franchises, 2019

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On the cover

LIME Painting

“As founder and CEO of LIME, I most value our culture for excellence and stewardship. Being that we are a premium brand that serves an affluent demographic who wants quality, we are a unit of business owners who deliver a world-class product and service consistently.”

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Meet the Leaders

Franchising is the way forward for those looking for growth and opportunity.

CR7 Crunch Fitness

Are you ready to crunch

CR7 Crunch Fitness model is renowned for its colorful personality, creating one-of-a-kind kickass group fitness classes and unique programming for their members.

Lendio

Brock Blake, founder & CEO

The main purpose behind Lendio’s marketplace is to better serve the needs of underserved business owners.

JPAR

JP Piccinini, Founder & Owner

A real estate brokerage firm dedicated to exceeding expectations through productivity and true service.

Alkalign

Health and Wellness. You can have both.

People come here for a workout but they come back for the way it makes them feel both physically and mentally. It’s all of the reward with none of the risk.

B.O.R. Restoration

Nick-Anthony Zamucen, Founder & CEO

Frankly, we were tired of pushing the work down the street to other companies who didn’t have the same values or client satisfaction goals we did, so we created Best Option Restoration to be the company other restoration companies should have been.

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