Doughnut Dollars Hard To Come By

Winnipeg Free Press:

Zoe is pursuing a dream many Canadians probably have indulged in at one time or another. She wants to own a Tim Hortons franchise.

“I like the company, and I like the fact that it’s also very lucrative,” says the 28-year-old business consultant.

“I like that they have the camp they run and donate to and that they hire a lot of new immigrants.”

It also doesn’t hurt that she loves Tim Hortons’ products.

“Let’s just say I wouldn’t want to own something that I wouldn’t necessarily shop at.”

Zoe says she has a long-term plan — between five to 10 years — to save the money needed to purchase a franchise, which she says costs about $480,000. Read on…

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