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Going Pro: From Athlete to Franchisee

GOING PRO: From Athlete to Franchisee MAGIC JOHNSON Basketball great Magic Johnson, who is now worth $500 million, started his business career by franchising movie theaters, restaurants and health clubs. PEYTON MANNING NFL quarterback Peyton Manning owns 25 Denver-area Papa John's restaurants. JAMAL MASHBURN PIZZA Papa John's is also popular with former NBA player Jamal Mashburn, who owns 32 Papa John's and 38 Outback Steakhouse restaurants. SHAQUILLE O ĽNEAL NBA star Shaquille O'Neal owns 17 Auntie Anne's in New York and Michigan. VENUS WILLIAMS Tennis champ Venus Williams owns 4 Jamba Juice franchises. JUNIOR BRIDGEMAN Junior Bridgeman's 162 Wendy's and 121 Chili's have a yearly revenue of $507 million. Get KEYSHAWN JOHNSON Super Bowl champ Keyshawn Johnson owns several Panera Bread franchises in California. MAX MONTOYA PENN STATIO GAST COAST SUBS Former Pro Bowler Max Montoya owns 5 Penn Station East Coast Subs restaurants and several real estate investments. FranchiseLawyerUSA Legal services for all of your franchise needs http://www.forbes. ites/hollieslade/2014/05/27/why-do-celebrities-own-fast-food-c urants/

Going Pro: From Athlete to Franchisee

shared by Fusion360-2 on Jun 18
While many professional athletes struggle with their finances after retirement, those that have gone into franchising typically have a much more stable post-sports life. Here are just a few of the pro...


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