Brightway Insurance has been named a top franchise for veterans by Franchise Business Review.
To make its determination, Franchise Business Review
looked at companies’ overall satisfaction score, as well as considering the satisfaction of business franchisees who were military veterans. Only 100 brands made the final list.
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“We’re ecstatic to be recognized by Franchise Business Review
as a top franchise for veterans,” said Michael Miller, co-founder and chairman of Brightway. “Our ‘you sell, we service’ model, along with a comprehensive system of support, provides the structure veterans are used to, along with the flexibility to run their own business backed by a national brand.”
A number of veterans are Brightway franchisees, the company said in a news release. John Scott, an Air Force veteran and Brightway franchise owner in Baton Rouge, La., said that the company’s franchise model is a good fit for veterans.
“Brightway offers structure and training that prepares franchise owners and sets us up for success, similar to the military,” Scott said. “It’s a great business opportunity for veterans who are go-getters wanting to own their own business with the support of a national brand.”
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