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Veteran leaders create Veteran franchise fund

July 27, 2012
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POMPANO BEACH, FL — Anago Cleaning Systems continues its mission of providing returning veterans the opportunity to start their own business and follow their entrepreneurial spirit by creating a $250,000 military veteran fund to help more veterans get into business for themselves, according to a press release.

Anago''s initiative is supported by its plan to award master franchise opportunities to 20 military veterans in the next 20 months, the release stated.

According to the release, to launch its initiative, Anago''s two military leaders, founder David Povlitz and president Terry Mollica, have created the fund, which will discount the franchise fee by $25,000 for the first five qualified veterans who enter the system by applying directly through Anago’s Facebook page, and $8,000 for the remaining 15.

"Veterans clearly understand systems, processes and structure. With Anago''s master franchise program, these qualities are pivotal to the growth success of our franchise partners," Povlitz said.

"We truly understand how hard it is for some veterans to move forward with their civilian lives after service. With so many veterans looking for jobs at the moment, especially those who came out of the military, worked at a job for a few years, and now are interested in owning their own business, we believe we can help by increasing our discount toward becoming a master franchise owner," Povlitz added.

Click here to read the complete release.

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