Franchise means freedom for these Bay Area business owners

August 4, 2017

Letha Tran found Togo’s at the age of 32-year-old, when she was ready to become her own boss and get out of the 9-to-5 slump. She immediately enjoyed the support and guidance from the corporate staff as she became a single unit franchisee, and quickly grew to a three-unit Togo’s owner.

“It was very scary because I left a very comfortable, well-paying job to do this,” she told the Silicon Valley Reporter. “I wanted to work for myself – I wanted to own my own business and I took that leap of faith.”

Tran is not the only one in this same position. In fact, in California alone, there are more than 76,000 individual franchise locations and the number is continuing to grow.

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