MIAMI, July 05, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kisses from Italy, a U.S. based fast-casual restaurant chain and now franchisor, is proud to announce the launching of its national franchising program and the completion and sale of the first franchised locations, set to be developed, built and opened in the coming future. Following the months of preparation and hard work in completing the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) and all required documents, with the support of renowned franchise lawyer Harold L. Kestenbaum and his team, along with iFranchise Group, the world’s premier franchise consultant, the entire team is very confident about taking Kisses from Italy to the next level, with territorial and global market expansion of the franchising division being next in sight.
Kisses from Italy aims to continue building the same solid family-oriented and lasting relationships with their Franchise Owners as they have built with their guests and employees. Coupled with the team’s hard work, devotion and dedication to the franchise process, end product, branding and especially to their loyal guests, Kisses from Italy definitely looks forward to the exchange of ideas and input from their Franchise Owners and is focusing on making these ideologies the key components to everyone’s mutual long-term success.
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