With the credit markets still in a deep freeze, some franchisors are stepping up to help franchisees secure needed growth capital so that brands can continue to grow and franchisor-franchisee relations can remain strong despite the turbulent times. Experts say more flexible arrangements between franchisors and franchisees will be needed in 2009 as banks and other lenders sort out the financial meltdown of 2008. These companies already have outlined their own franchisee bailout plans:Domino’s ...

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