Americans run independent businesses with the help of the franchise system in the United States.
United States USA Date:1974 Duration:1 min 57 sec Sound:Yes
The contribution of franchise system in the United States. Franchises as a way to achieve personal and financial independence through owning a small business. View inside a Insty Prints franchise print shop. A woman at the shop as she takes out the printouts. Men and women tour a low cost modular home structure that can be used as a home or vacation home. It is ultra modern and shaped like a dome or igloo, with port hole windows all around. People tour the inside of the modern dome house. A franchise retail store sign for a "7 Eleven" store. People purchase products from the 7 Eleven store. A man and woman clerk assist the customers. Next scene shows Gus Sam , the African American owner of a Carvel Ice cream parlor. He is seen filling customer orders and working in the store. Series of shots show him meeting with representatives from the Carvel franchising system as they helped him plan location, build-out, financing, and operations of his franchise store. Sam at his shop gives ice cream to children and decorates a cake that he sells to a family. A girl looks at the cake and appears happy.
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