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Green Franchising In Houston: More Money!

Before you enter the world of Green franchising in Houston, Texas {Where everything is big}, I suggest you take out your big wallet. According to a future Texas franchisee, who is attempting to open a green franchise that I have discussed way too much on this blog,

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Chris Toman says that it�s cost the other franchisees between $2,000 and
$14,000 to get their roughly 2,500 square-foot restaurants certified.
But not in Houston. Here, Toman says, consultants who process LEED
certifications want around $40,000 to do the job.

�It�s
like I�m being punished for trying to do something good,� says Toman.
�I�ve talked to pretty much every company I can find. I�ve gotten
quotes from people and they�re all like, �Yeah, it�s forty-grand.� It�s
ridiculous.�



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I'm The Franchise King®, Joel Libava. I help prospective franchise owners avoid bank account emptying mistakes.
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