Military Franchises: PostNet Printing Franchise Featured by G.I. Money Magazine
G.I. Money Magazine shines its military franchise spotlight on PostNet and three owners who are veterans
What should a veteran do to manage their money? What are the best military franchises for someone transitioning to a civilian career? Which offers that look like opportunities are actually scams? Answering those questions is at the heart of a new magazine, G.I. Money, founded to help military families manage their finances and prepare for post-military careers.
That’s why PostNet is proud to have been chosen for a Business Spotlight in the publication, which recently profiled our franchise as well as four of our owners. PostNet has made helping veterans part of our missionr since 1993, when veterans were coming home from the first Iraq War. Now that veterans are again returning from the Middle East, we are eager to help them transition.
Right now, 42 of our franchise owners are veterans, making up more than 10% of our franchisees in the United States. They include Amanda Crow of Norfolk, Va., Tom Dolan of Erie, Pa., Roland Kennedy of Bradenton, Fla., and Fred Zapata of Phoenix — four franchisees who were profiled in G.I. Money.
Here’s an excerpt from the magazine:
Looking for a military-friendly franchise?
PostNet prides itself on the extensive training and support that it offers to all of its franchisees, and we participate in the International Franchise Association’s VetFran program, through which franchises offer at least a 10% discount on franchise fees to veterans. As an additional “thank you,” we discount our fee by 35% — saving veterans more than $12,000 in startup costs.
To see if PostNet might be the right opportunity for you, we encourage you to read our research pages, where you can find out about our market strategy, services, startup costs and read Q&As with franchisees. One point of pride you’ll hear is that PostNet franchisees get to be very active in their communities and help local businesses thrive by providing solutions to other entrepreneurs. To learn more and to start a conversation with us, download our free franchise report. We hope to hear from you soon — even if it’s just for us to have a chance to personally thank you for your service. Best wishes, and good luck as you consider your next steps.