Gerald Thompson (pictured with the judges) of McDonald’s in Manchester and Oldham was the overall winner, picking up the 2010 bfa HSBC Franchise of the Year Gold award. Thompson was chosen as the Gold winner because of the outstanding success of his franchise alongside his tireless support and dedication to local community projects.
Frank Sutherland who owns an Autosheen franchise in Aberdeenshire was announced as winner of the 2010 bfa HSBC Franchisee of the Year Silver award, while Peter Morrison of Granite Transformation in Cambridge won the Bronze award.
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