Fast Food Managers?
For all of you fast food managers that work at places like KFC and Dominoes etc, I'm thinking about trying for a job as a food manager with the intentions of getting my own franchise, I know that Dominoes has program that pretty much grooms it's managers to becomes franchisees, is this a good idea, even if I like food service? I'm saying if you work hard, and save up the money to pay the franchising fee, and start up cost, I think you would put yourself in a prime position to be a store owner, and you can grow the business, this could potentially make you a millionaire.
Asked By: night_taker_1999 - 12/12/2007
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As a restaurant manager and someone that has seen a couple of guys start as managers then start their own business I would suggest that you start at ground zero. See what its like to be in the trenches before you hire people to operate your stores. So you can relate to them. I have worked for two guys that started... More
Answered By: djdraino - 12/12/2007
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Dude congratulations you are on the fast track to being a compulsive loser.
Answered By: KFD - 12/12/2007
might be but do not know of any people going on to this myself because the jobs are short lived.
Answered By: lois d - 12/12/2007
If you have experience in fast food already... go for it! They are always looking for good managers. I hope to be in a position where I'll be an owner someday!
Answered By: Cena's hiptoss - 12/12/2007
Go For it!!!!!
Answered By: Cindele - 12/12/2007
Been there and would never do it again !
My sister does SUBWAY. She's rich. 'Nough said.
Answered By: Helenathome - 12/12/2007
I think thats a Great Idea and you should go For it!
Answered By: JustCurious - 12/12/2007
yeah it can happen...my general manager started out as a manager YEARS ago....they had to teach her everything....which wasnt a problem with them because they really needed a manager...but i think it would be better if you start as one of them crew members first, learn everything you can about the place...if u havent... More
Answered By: NunnKriss - 12/12/2007
Answered By: kristinelawrence - 12/12/2007
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