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Seeking info on a POP-A-LOCK franchise

Does anyone out there have any info on a POP-A-LOCK franchise.
I think it's a recession proof type franchise. The reason being is anyone that locks themselves out of car or home would still need a locks smith no matter how the current economy is doing. However, my concern is that it would be a 24/7, 365 days a year business..I don't mind working many hours but I also want some family life as well...

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Jon Holmquist
Edgemaster Model 400 sharpener
President
Marion County, OR

Hello Suzie, Look at the others but don't overlook our special recession price. You have better control of your hours and can go out and find business, don't have to wait for it to come to you. How about Saturday/Farmer's markets, do you like them? We can fit them into your schedule. Plus other ways to find business. Thanks for looking, Jon at www.edgemasteroforegon.com.

Jan 20, 2011
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Hi Suzie,
I know you are specifically looking to invest in a POP-A-LOCK franchise but thought I would give you some information on our franchise concept. Please visit our website if you are still researching other franchises.

Jan 20, 2011
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IC Tool Suite
Sarasota County, FL

Hi Suzie,

I work with Pop-A-Lock directly. Feel free to contact me and I can cover your questions.

John Briches

Jan 17, 2011

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