Coffee News Listed as One of Best Franchises for Veterans

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More than 5,600 veterans have become franchisees in the past four years.

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More than 5,600 veterans have become franchisees in the past four years, according to the International Franchise Association. Coffee News has been listed as the 81st out of 100 franchises offering incentives for veterans. Franchisors find that vets, with their leadership and teamwork skills and nature for following a system, make ideal franchisees. Coffee News offers a 0% financing for the purchase of additional franchises after the initial purchase. Coffee news is ranked 137 on Entrepreneur's 2015 Franchise 500.

About Coffee News®

Coffee News(R) has nearly 800 franchises in 18 countries and was founded as a service to restaurant patrons while waiting for their food. The 11" x 17" coffee-colored, one-page publication is designed to provide advertisers with a local exclusive advertising option, unavailable in other publications, and the reader with interesting content as they wait for food or service. Small and medium-sized businesses benefit through exclusive and affordable advertising targeting local communities.

The idea for Coffee News(R) came about in 1988 when Jean Daum of Manitoba, Canada placed her lunch order, then sat back to wait for the food to arrive. Bored with nothing to read, she resorted to reading the information on a sugar packet. Suddenly, it dawned on her that restaurants were missing the boat by not providing patrons with something to read for a few minutes while waiting for their food. The result is a popular publication that has evolved into an international network of Coffee News(R) publishers and a Coffee News(R) readership of over five million a week throughout the world today.

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