4 little-known million-dollar franchises

Buying into one of the big boys isn't the only way to profit as a franchisee.

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Jun 11, 2014 4:46PM
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Everything's bigger in Texas except Deem's d1ck! That's why his old lady sleeps with the dog instead of him!  *hiccup*

 

Jun 11, 2014 2:17PM
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JUST WAIT UNTIL THE US GOVERNMENT IS AUDITED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

MILLIONAIRES WILL BE FLEEING THE CONTINENT TRYING TO HOLD ON TO THEIR STASHES!!!!!!!!!!!

Jun 11, 2014 12:49PM
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My earlier comment must now be on the editing room floor.

 

Are you the franchisee for Soylent Green in your Obamaville neighborhood?

Jun 11, 2014 12:34PM
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Camp Bow Wow. Good idea, but why spend the money to buy into the company for a franchise when you can do the same thing yourself. In most cases I'm all for a franchise, but this is one that you can go it alone. Why not, they did it.
Jul 9, 2014 11:25PM
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I do believe many ignorant people feel smart just because they get to post off the wall comments. when will any president get basic respect so we can possibly move this country forward.
Jun 11, 2014 11:42AM
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Then there is Bow Wow. Instead of spending a lot of money for a stranger to watch a pet. I ask my brother. No cost and the pet is in trusted hands and not a stranger.
Jun 11, 2014 11:16AM
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Surprised fantasy sports industry wasn't mentioned.  I see statchat.com doing very well offering fantasy league rankings.
Jun 11, 2014 11:49AM
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Im still going with the E-Cigs. ground floor growth potential. said it before and saying it again. Thanks for the Promo.
Jun 10, 2014 7:42PM
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Not surprised at the Brightstar Care buisiness raking in millions.  But, I do not believe it is the aging "baby boomers."  In fact, what are Baby Boomers?  Have not babies "boomed" for ages?  I believe it is more the "ask your doctor" ads addicting and killing people slowly.  Those ads should be outlawed but when we have outlaws for leaders, what can we expect.  In my area, I see all sorts of "home health" and "hospice" along with "assisted living" and new and bigger nursing homes springing up.  And, the local legal drug dealers are making home deliverires now like pizza.  When the whitecoats and legal drug lords make people too weak to get to the legal drug store, they take the pills out to them until they call the funeral home.  I hope God returns and destroys this nation soon!!!!
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