Exclusive Financial Savings for Military Members and Veterans

Take advantage of this special opportunity for Veterans and members of the Military Community wanting to expand small businesses.

Eligible Military Community Members Include:

  • Veterans
  • Service-disabled Veterans
  • Active-duty service members eligible for the Military’s Transition Assistance Program
  • Reservists and National Guard members
  • Current spouses of any of the above
  • The widowed spouse of a service member or veteran who died during service or of a service-connected disability


“Save $5,000 on the Franchise Fee and pay $20,000 instead of $25,000.”

Strong Leadership Skills

Military veterans are used to operating in an extremely structured and team-oriented environment. They know how to give orders and delegate. Whether the franchise business requires managing a team of two or 200, veterans know how to lead, stay organized, and function under pressure.

Adept at Following Systems

Good franchisors lay out the steps for success in advance. The most successful franchisees are those that follow the guidelines set by the franchisor and that utilize all of the resources and support available to them. Veterans are skilled at taking orders and getting things done – their lives oftentimes depend on it.

Dedication and Perseverance

Any business owner will tell you that no matter what type of product or service you sell, running a business is never easy. A commitment to the brand and a passion for success can make a huge difference in the overall prosperity of the franchise business. For veterans, hard work and commitment are a part of the job description. You’d be hard pressed to find a person more dedicated than a veteran who has sacrificed for his or her country. Determination, dedication, and performance are ingrained in their work ethic.