DVD-by-Mail Service Vidiux.com Selling Franchises in 2015

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The service, which also rents Blu-ray by mail on a weekly basis, introduces the concept of "Virtual Franchises" as a new form of passive investment

Vidiux.com, a DVD- and Blu-ray- by-mail service, is expanding its business in 2015 by selling "virtual franchises" of its online business. Promoted as "The Third Alternative" to key players in the market, the service aims to capture 10% of the total market (estimated in more than 40 million customers) within the next three years. Its parent company, Florida-based Entevia, LLC, has hired The Brickell Media Group (BMG, http://www.thebrickellmediagroup.com) as an exclusive franchise broker for Vidiux.com.

According to Kevin Culp, President of BMG, "Owning a virtual franchise has many advantages, including: low initial investment, low overhead, and a passive investment with a high ROI. The low overhead comes from the fact that, as a franchise owner, you let the parent company handle all operations in a consolidated manner, reducing costs. In this model, Vidiux.com will handle all the purchases, rentals, shipments and receipts of items. Also, owning a virtual franchise lets you choose an exclusive territory without having to live in it. You can own, for example, a franchise in Miami while living in Alabama."

Franchises are currently being offered in the following states: AL, AZ, CO, DE, DC, FL, GA, ID, IA, LA,MA, MS, MO, NV, NH, NJ, NM, OH, OK, PA, TN, and WV.

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