(Continued from page 1) So how would you approach the planned franchise deals for the Middle East or Canada to not over-reach for the company? Those deals have been in place, and we’re going to support the growth plans we have underway. When you talk about Canada, if you go international, that’s the place to go, because you can provide that support the operators need and you can pay attention more easily. But when it comes down to any international deal, it’s really ...

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