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Need info on a franchise called Nhance wood renewal

I'm looking at a wood renewal franchise called Nhance...I was wondering if anyone out there has any info ----good or bad... such as corporate support, profitablity, etc... if you are a Nhance franchisee would you do it again...and why...

Thanks for any info

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Joseph DiBello
Vested Business Brokers
Career Development Officer/Broker
Suffolk County, NY

I have the information you are looking for - Joe DiBello

Jun 23, 2010
Jon Holmquist
Edgemaster Model 400 sharpener
Marion County, OR

All franchises are required to give you a list of open and closed franchises. Ask for that list and call them and see what they say. "Get it from the horses mouth" ,as they say.
We have a web site with a list of our franchisees that anyone can call, either with questions or for someone to come and sharpen their stuff. Thanks, Jon at Edgemaster Mobile Sharpening.

Jun 22, 2010
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I know someone who tried it out for a few years but they said they didn't make enough for it to be worth it. They had trouble finding a buyer for it and they eventually decided to just close it down. He recently decided to invest with me in an e-commerce business that I am purchasing. I need one more investor because one of the investors had a family issue that required her to use the money she planned to invest. The investment amount is $ 200,000. If you're interested let me know. Good Luck.

Jun 21, 2010

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