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New Burger 21 franchise locations opening, more anticipated

Burger 21 currently has 15 operating locations in numerous states, including Georgia. Another 20 locations are currently in various stages of development around the country. The parent company is looking for more potential franchise owners as it continues to develop and expand its brand.

Steak n Shake sued over franchise agreements

When a company creates a successful business model it usually wants to duplicate this success in order to multiply its profit margin. One way to do this is to begin franchising its business model in order to expand the brand's market. Restaurants are an example of a commonly franchised business type in Georgia. However, it is important for all parties to fulfill the terms of the franchise agreements in order to avoid the need for litigation.

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