This franchise news update includes news about Chicago’s Rainbow Cone, The Inflation Reduction Act, and more.
News About Chicago’s Rainbow Cone
In a partnership with the family that owns the Buona Beef chain, Rainbow Cone is looking for franchisees to bring the colorful dessert business to other states in the Midwest and the South.
“Grandpa” Joe Sapp started Rainbow Cone in 1926, and granddaughter Lynn Sapp does the honors now. It’s famous for his piled-high combination of chocolate, strawberry, Palmer House (New York vanilla with cherries and walnut), pistachio, and orange sherbet. It’s served sliced, not scooped.
How does that sound?
Thanking Healthcare Workers
With all of the continued stress of helping keep our communities healthy and safe, the owners of Westside Pizza wanted to reach out and thank local healthcare workers. See what they did.
The Inflation Reduction Act
You need to read my friend, Barbara Weltman’s take on The Inflation Reduction Act. She’s a highly-touted small business tax expert. You’ll learn a lot.
The grand opening of Airstream of Wyoming is scheduled for August 27 in Etna, in the Star Valley area of Wyoming. This first Airstream franchise in the Cowboy State is owned by Dennis Decker and his family who also own Airstream of Utah.
We Sell Restaurants
We Sell Restaurants, and business broker franchise specializing in restaurant purchases, just opened their newest franchise office in Phoenix, Arizona.
School Of Rock just announced it’s newest store opening, in Syosset, Ney York. Founded in 1998 as a single school in Philadelphia, School of Rock now has over 500 schools open and in development across 15 global markets. The music school franchise specializes in performance-based music education.
StretchLab, an assisted stretching brand offering customized flexibility services, has announced that it’s opening their first Michigan franchise location. The fitness studio will open in East Grand Rapids in September.
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