From the Field Year: 2016
Franchise Business Review conducted a Q&A with Raleigh-Durham franchise partner, Trey Alexander. During the interview, Trey talks about the support he receives as a franchisee, how long it took for him to make a profit and the best part about owning a franchise. Read the full article July 15, 2016 | by Emma PearsonRead More
Alex Woods started with Soccer Shots as a part-time coach to make extra money during his professional soccer career with the Charlotte Eagles. Little did he know, his coaching gig would turn into a business opportunity that now allows him to manage a team of 30 people with a gross revenue of $1.5 million in […]Read More
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