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Multi-Unit LunchBoxWax signs several multi-unit franchise deals across the U.S.

The boutique speed-waxing franchise is expanding in several states through partnerships with experienced multi-unit operators

Multi-Unit Slim Chickens expanding into Montana with multi-unit franchise agreement

The “better chicken” brand partners with an experienced multi-unit operator to bring the franchise to new heights

Multi-Unit Ziggi’s Coffee signs multi-unit California deal

The Colorado-based coffee retailer grants two army veterans, Melissa and Leslie Malone-Montgomery, the rights to open three locations

Multi-Unit Rise Southern Biscuits & Righteous Chicken signs multi-unit deal amid global crisis

Biscuit and fried chicken franchise, Rise Southern Biscuits & Righteous Chicken, has signed a five-unit deal with franchisees Dr. Parker Simon and his partner Bradley Turney to expand the fast-casual concept to Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Multi-Unit Sola Salon Studios signs multi-unit franchise agreement with seasoned foodservice operator

The growing salon franchise continues to attract multi-unit foodservice operators who are looking to diversify

Multi-Unit Jabz Boxing empowers the east coast with multi-unit deal

Following a string of franchise agreements in 2019, this up-and-coming fitness studio has big 2020 plans

Multi-Unit Xpresso Delight heads to the windy city through multi-unit franchisee

The economic Australian coffee franchise is establishing itself in the States, with yet another multi-unit agreement

Multi-Unit Tropical Smoothie Cafe signs two large multi-unit franchise deals

A leading better-for-you food and beverage brand has strengthened its grip on the Colorado market