G.I. Jobs has released its 2010 list of Military Friendly Franchises that honors the top 7 percent of franchises which are offering the most incentive to recruit America’s veterans as franchisees.

The list was compiled through exhaustive research starting last year during which G.I. Jobs polled thousands of franchises nationwide. Methodology, criteria and weighting for the list were developed with the assistance of a Franchise Advisory Board consisting of Mail Boxes Etc. founder Jim Amos and Spring-Green President James Young. Both men are military veterans.

“The list was created out of demand from military veterans who kept asking us for a way to sort through the barrage of marketing from franchisee recruiters,” said Dan Fazio, Managing Editor for G.I. Jobs magazine. “Veterans sought a trusted friend to help them decide which franchise to open. The Military Friendly Franchises list is that trusted friend.”

The list satisfies veterans’ need to know which franchise they should pursue; which ones give them the best financial incentives, training, and which ones have the highest number of veteran franchisees.

The full list of Military Friendly Franchises: MFF.Guide.List

Source: Great Business Ideas

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