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How to stand out

  • One way to stand out is to connect with the local community. Then, you are positioned to know what your customers need and want. 
  • Adapting your offerings to the community will attract locals and build loyalty with your customers. 
  • Participating in community events can help your business thrive and impress your franchisor.

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