Subway helps vets move into business for themselves..GREAT STORY
I am a huge proponent of making sure that our veterans who fight to preserve our freedom are taken care of when they come home. When I stumbled upon a story in the Washington Examiner about Subway and what they are doing for veterans, I had to share it with you all.
In a push to get more veterans to become small business owners, the company has a pretty unique proposal:
The restaurant chain is waiving its typical $15,000 franchise fee for honorably discharged veterans who want to open a Subway location on a government or military installation, making it of particular interest in the Washington region.
The company also will cut the fee in half for veterans wanting to open a Subway at any non-military or non-government location.
I’m sure that some of veterans will take a look at this possible investment. Hopefully other companies will follow suit, and introduce other possible ventures such as this.