Coalition of Franchisee Associations

September 8, 2023

Franchisor Selling Franchisee's Store

If you've ever sold a franchise to another franchisee, you've probably been frustrated by the intrusion of the franchisor into the transaction. Your reaction might have been "Corporate acts as if this is their store". 
That's because that's indeed how they think. It's their store, and they'll decide who buys it and for how much. 
We'll never know who did what in this Dickey's fiasco, but it's not unusual for the corporate folks to overstep their boundaries.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have never seen the morale of owners so low in over 30 years. The company gave birth to the necessity for a NOA because of its arrogance. And forget about the NFLA. It is totally feckless. A farce. They are a bunch of pandering, inept tools. McDonald’s IGNORES them! And the current NFLA leadership is very cowardly and will never seriously confront the company, so nothing will ever change due to the NFLA and its glaring lack of integrity and credibility.