Accounting and Bookkeeping Franchise Announces Military Veterans Program

February 5, 2010 by Mark | 0 Comments

FranchiseWorks.com:

BookKeeping Express, the first U.S. franchise focused solely on certified bookkeeping services, has announced it is offering a 20% discount on franchises for qualified military veterans. The savings will equal $6,000. BookKeeping Express enacted this program in hopes of providing honorably discharged veterans with a lucrative business opportunity.

“Many veterans often have a strong accounting background and have wonderful organizational skills that come from years of service in our armed forces,” said Greg Jones, chief executive officer of BookKeeping Express. “Not to mention, veterans possess unparalleled drive and dedication. We are honored to provide them with this discount in exchange for their years of sacrifice and service to our Country.”

The generous military veterans discount program comes as BookKeeping Express continues to build significant momentum in its second year as a franchise. Since launching its franchising program 18 months ago, BookKeeping Express has signed development agreements and opened bookkeeping franchise offices with entrepreneurs in 12 states and across more than 129 territories.

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