Communities Franchises Opportunities

Below is a list of Franchise Opportunities that have been labeled as Communities Franchises.

Bingo Bugle Newspaper Franchise

Publication offering articles, listings and information on bingo
Robert Snowden started Bingo Bugle in 1980 to serve the needs of charitable bingo organizations, Native American bingo and other gaming establishments. The first newspaper was published in 1980, serving the Tacoma, Washington, area.

Pizza Patron Franchise

Pizza
A proven model. * Experience since 1986, with proven success.

VYPE High School Sports Magazine Franchise

Publishing High School Sports Magazine
VYPE, provides an effective and profitable model to helping franchisees obtain their personal and financial aspirations. With a high-quality publication, VYPE makes profitability very attainable for franchisees by grabbing the core demographics of readers that advertisers are trying to reach.

WAITING GAME, The Franchise

Monthly "wait time" publication
JOIN ONE OF THE FASTEST GROWING NEW FRANCHISES , Are you looking for an opportunity that: Is Home-based - giving you a flexible lifestyle? Requires Low investment - less out-of-pocket? Provides Financial Independence - so you're in control? If so, then The WAITING GAMEĀ® may be the perfect opportunity for you to combine your passion for sales and a flexible lifestyle with a great way to earn a living. The WAITING GAMEĀ® is a FREE, full color, interactive, incentive-based publication that can be seen 365 days a year.

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