DALLAS Red Mango, the 45-unit frozen yogurt chain, has unveiled a program in which it will buy back a store for up to $275,000 if a franchisee is dissatisfied within six months of opening. The chain’s “Red’s Real Deal” program, effective immediately, also lowers the initial $35,000 by $10,000 for franchisees who sign new agreements in 2009 and provides an additional $10,000 to the franchised location for local-store marketing.James Franks, Red Mango’s vice president of franchise ...
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