TaylorMarie’s Apparel provides personalized customer service and empowers senior women to model in fashion shows.
The fitness franchise is targeting “high-level investors” in an attempt to grow the brand in a studio fitness segment brimming with competitors. Britt Canady, named CEO in January, said Tough Mudder Bootcamp has a “controlled but very aggressive growth strategy,” and benefits from the “national and international brand awareness” that comes with the Tough Mudder name.
A sweeping lawsuit against Detail Garage claims the founders of the auto-detailing supplies retailer are running a “shell-franchise operation” and “anticompetitive scheme” whose actual purpose is to boost revenue for their affiliate companies, primarily Smart LLC and ChemicalGuys.com and including 14 entities in all.
Franchise Times today announces winners of the 2020 Franchise Times Dealmakers awards, the eighth annual project recognizing the boldest players driving mergers and acquisitions in franchising.
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An understanding of what exactly they want is something too many franchise founders overlook before jumping into talks with outside investors, said Anthony Polazzi, president and CEO of AP Franchised Concepts, which he established in 2016 to invest in …
Rachel Grant dove into the icy Chesapeake Bay every hour for 24 hours. Crazy? Maybe, but it was for a good cause—raising money for Special Olympics Maryland.
When Three Dough Boys, comprised of former Papa John’s execs Jeff Tisdel and Kenny Starks plus a third partner, bought 13 corporate locations of Mr. Gatti’s Pizza in Austin, Texas, in 2018 for $4 million, the three were hailed as “a powerful addition for our brand.” Now the investment group has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Bar Louie hired an investment banker to sell the chain of 134 restaurants last fall, but three letters of intent turned up no deal. Now the Addison, Texas-based chain has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
At Wing Zone, the company’s “big game” is the days and hours right before kickoff of the actual Super Bowl.