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DREAMMAKER BATH & KITCHEN President Responds to Forbes Worst Franchise List

June 4, 2014

The DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen franchise was rated the 7th worst franchise opportunity in the $150, 001 – $500,000 investment range by Forbes magazine.

UnhappyFranchisee.Com has posted Forbes list of America’s worst franchises and invited comments on Forbes’ rankings.

We specifically invited discussion of the DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen franchise on our post DREAMMAKER BATH & KITCHEN Rated a Worst Franchise by Forbes. Do You Agree?

Doug Dwyer, President & CSO, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen™, responded to our request with the following statement:

Mr. Dwyer wrote:

While we respect Forbes’ attempt to help people considering franchise opportunities, we hope no one will rely on this list to guide their research. As a proxy for judging “best” and “worst,” Forbes relied on unit tallies from 2008 to 2012. The effect? Franchises that were focused on the real estate industry received low marks in spite of their resilience compared to the industry during the Great Recession, and other franchises received high marks in spite of regulatory changes since 2012 that create significant challenges for their business models.

DreamMaker Bath & KitchenDuring the Great Recession, excellence was a matter of survival for home services franchises like DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen, and we worked diligently to help remodelers survive in spite of a massive disruption in the housing market. You can read our franchisees’ stories on our blog. They don’t shy away from talking about the challenges they faced and how DreamMaker helped them survive — and how DreamMaker is now helping them prosper.

Our same store sales increased 23% in 2013, more than seven times as fast as the revenue growth of the remodeling industry overall, and the National Association of the Remodeling Industry recently highlighted DreamMaker for its excellence. You can take an in-depth look for yourself at http://www.dreammakerfranchise.com.

Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

DOUG DWYER

PRESIDENT & CSO

DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen™

510 N. Valley Mills Drive, Suite 304

Waco, TX 76710

We thank Mr. Dwyer for his response, and invite other franchisors being discussed on our site to provide their viewpoints, which we will dutifully publish.

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GROUND ROUND Rated a Worst Franchise by Forbes. Do You Agree?

June 4, 2014

The Ground Round Grille & Bar franchise was rated one of the worst franchise opportunities in America by Forbes magazine.

Do you agree that Ground Round is one of the worst franchises? 

Why or why not?

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(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  The June 16, 2014 issue of Forbes magazine features their picks for America’s Best And Worst Franchises.

The Ground Round Grille & Bar franchise made the Forbes list of the worst franchise opportunities in the $500,000+ investment range.

The Forbes ranking for Ground Round Grille & Bar included the following assessment:

No. 10 Ground Round Grille & Bar

Serves up lunch, dinner and drinks; founded by Howard Johnson’s in 1969.

Average Initial Investment: $1,672,500

Initial Training Hours: 465

Growth rate: –9%

Continuity: 50%

Franchisor Support: B

Here are the rest of Forbes worst franchises:

Forbes Worst Franchises with $500,000+ Investments

(With #1 being the worst)

#1 Country Kitchen International

Concept:  Restaurants specializes in comfort food like meat loaf, fried steaks and apple pie.

#2 It’s A Grind Coffee House

Concept:  Coffee shops that also sell tea and smoothies

#3 Tastee Freez

Concept:  Soft-serve ice cream shops with walk-up and fast-food locations.

#4 Atlanta Bread Company

Concept:  Fast casual restaurants selling soups, sandwiches and baked goods

#5 Bennigan’s

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar

#6 Shoney’s

Concept: Full service family restaurant

#7 Bonanza Steakhouse

Concept: Family restaurant serves chicken, seafood and sandwiches, as well as steaks

#8 Desert Sun Tanning Salons

Concept: Tanning salons with sunbeds and spray-tan options

#9 La Salsa

Concept: Quickservice Mexican restaurants with strip center, freestanding and downtown locations

#10 Ground Round Grille & Bar

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar, founded by Howard Johnson’s in 1969.

See all Forbes Worst Franchises here: 

America’s Best And Worst Franchises

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LA SALSA Rated a Worst Franchise by Forbes. Do You Agree?

June 4, 2014

The La Salsa franchise was rated one of the worst franchise opportunities in America by Forbes magazine.

Do you agree that La Salsa is one of the worst franchises? 

Why or why not?

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(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  The June 16, 2014 issue of Forbes magazine features their picks for America’s Best And Worst Franchises.

The La Salsa franchise made the Forbes list of the worst franchise opportunities in the $500,000+ investment range.

The Forbes ranking for La Salsa included the following assessment:

No. 9 La Salsa

Offers counter-service Mexican food with a buffet-style salsa bar, club deals and catering service.

Average Initial Investment: $598,495

Initial Training Hours: 617

Growth rate: –8%

Continuity: 32%

Franchisor Support: B

Here are the rest of Forbes worst franchises:

Forbes Worst Franchises with $500,000+ Investments

(With #1 being the worst)

#1 Country Kitchen International

Concept:  Restaurants specializes in comfort food like meat loaf, fried steaks and apple pie.

#2 It’s A Grind Coffee House

Concept:  Coffee shops that also sell tea and smoothies

#3 Tastee Freez

Concept:  Soft-serve ice cream shops with walk-up and fast-food locations.

#4 Atlanta Bread Company

Concept:  Fast casual restaurants selling soups, sandwiches and baked goods

#5 Bennigan’s

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar

#6 Shoney’s

Concept: Full service family restaurant

#7 Bonanza Steakhouse

Concept: Family restaurant serves chicken, seafood and sandwiches, as well as steaks

#8 Desert Sun Tanning Salons

Concept: Tanning salons with sunbeds and spray-tan options

#9 La Salsa

Concept: Quickservice Mexican restaurants with strip center, freestanding and downtown locations

#10 Ground Round Grille & Bar

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar, founded by Howard Johnson’s in 1969.

See all Forbes Worst Franchises here:

America’s Best And Worst Franchises

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DESERT SUN TANNING SALONS Rated a Worst Franchise by Forbes. Do You Agree?

June 4, 2014

The Desert Sun Tanning Salons franchise was rated one of the worst franchise opportunities in America by Forbes magazine.

Do you agree that Desert Sun Tanning Salons is one of the worst franchises? 

Why or why not?

Please share a comment below.

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(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  The June 16, 2014 issue of Forbes magazine features their picks for America’s Best And Worst Franchises.

The Desert Sun Tanning Salons franchise made the Forbes list of the worst franchise opportunities in the $500,000+ investment range.

The Forbes ranking for Desert Sun Tanning Salons included the following assessment:

No. 8 Desert Sun Tanning Salons

Has sunbeds and spray-tan options; sells moisturizers and lotions.

Average Initial Investment: $519,300

Initial Training Hours: 80

Growth rate: –9%

Continuity: 50%

Franchisor Support: B

Here are the rest of Forbes worst franchises:

Forbes Worst Franchises with $500,000+ Investments

(With #1 being the worst)

#1 Country Kitchen International

Concept:  Restaurants specializes in comfort food like meat loaf, fried steaks and apple pie.

#2 It’s A Grind Coffee House

Concept:  Coffee shops that also sell tea and smoothies

#3 Tastee Freez

Concept:  Soft-serve ice cream shops with walk-up and fast-food locations.

#4 Atlanta Bread Company

Concept:  Fast casual restaurants selling soups, sandwiches and baked goods

#5 Bennigan’s

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar

#6 Shoney’s

Concept: Full service family restaurant

#7 Bonanza Steakhouse

Concept: Family restaurant serves chicken, seafood and sandwiches, as well as steaks

#8 Desert Sun Tanning Salons

Concept: Tanning salons with sunbeds and spray-tan options

#9 La Salsa

Concept: Quickservice Mexican restaurants with strip center, freestanding and downtown locations

#10 Ground Round Grille & Bar

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar, founded by Howard Johnson’s in 1969.

See all Forbes Worst Franchises here: 

America’s Best And Worst Franchises

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BONANZA STEAKHOUSE Rated a Worst Franchise by Forbes. Do You Agree?

June 4, 2014

The Bonanza Steakhouse franchise was rated one of the worst franchise opportunities in America by Forbes magazine.

Do you agree that Bonanza Steakhouse is one of the worst franchises? 

Why or why not?

Please share a comment below.

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(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  The June 16, 2014 issue of Forbes magazine features their picks for America’s Best And Worst Franchises.

The Bonanza Steakhouse franchise made the Forbes list of the worst franchise opportunities in the $500,000+ investment range.

The Forbes ranking for Bonanza Steakhouse included the following assessment:

No. 7 Bonanza Steakhouse

Serves chicken, seafood and sandwiches, as well as steaks, for dining in or taking out.

Average Initial Investment: $2,172,245

Initial Training Hours: 270

Growth rate: –13%

Continuity: 53%

Franchisor Support: C

Here are the rest of Forbes worst franchises:

Forbes Worst Franchises with $500,000+ Investments

(With #1 being the worst)

#1 Country Kitchen International

Concept:  Restaurants specializes in comfort food like meat loaf, fried steaks and apple pie.

#2 It’s A Grind Coffee House

Concept:  Coffee shops that also sell tea and smoothies

#3 Tastee Freez

Concept:  Soft-serve ice cream shops with walk-up and fast-food locations.

#4 Atlanta Bread Company

Concept:  Fast casual restaurants selling soups, sandwiches and baked goods

#5 Bennigan’s

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar

#6 Shoney’s

Concept: Full service family restaurant

#7 Bonanza Steakhouse

Concept: Family restaurant serves chicken, seafood and sandwiches, as well as steaks

#8 Desert Sun Tanning Salons

Concept: Tanning salons with sunbeds and spray-tan options

#9 La Salsa

Concept: Quickservice Mexican restaurants with strip center, freestanding and downtown locations

#10 Ground Round Grille & Bar

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar, founded by Howard Johnson’s in 1969.

See all Forbes Worst Franchises here:

America’s Best And Worst Franchises

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SHONEY’S Rated a Worst Franchise by Forbes. Do You Agree?

June 4, 2014

The Shoney’s franchise was rated one of the worst franchise opportunities in America by Forbes magazine.

Do you agree that Shoney’s is one of the worst franchises? 

Why or why not?

Please share a comment below.

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(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  The June 16, 2014 issue of Forbes magazine features their picks for America’s Best And Worst Franchises.

The Shoney’s franchise made the Forbes list of the worst franchise opportunities in the $500,000+ investment range.

The Forbes ranking for Shoney’s included the following assessment:

No. 6 Shoney’s

Started out as a West Virginia drive-in; now a chain whose president used to lead Church’s Chicken.

Average Initial Investment: $1,325,550

Initial Training Hours: 239

Growth rate: –10%

Continuity: 75%

Franchisor Support: C

Here are the rest of Forbes worst franchises:

Forbes Worst Franchises with $500,000+ Investments

(With #1 being the worst)

#1 Country Kitchen International

Concept:  Restaurants specializes in comfort food like meat loaf, fried steaks and apple pie.

#2 It’s A Grind Coffee House

Concept:  Coffee shops that also sell tea and smoothies

#3 Tastee Freez

Concept:  Soft-serve ice cream shops with walk-up and fast-food locations.

#4 Atlanta Bread Company

Concept:  Fast casual restaurants selling soups, sandwiches and baked goods

#5 Bennigan’s

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar

#6 Shoney’s

Concept: Full service family restaurant

#7 Bonanza Steakhouse

Concept: Family restaurant serves chicken, seafood and sandwiches, as well as steaks

#8 Desert Sun Tanning Salons

Concept: Tanning salons with sunbeds and spray-tan options

#9 La Salsa

Concept: Quickservice Mexican restaurants with strip center, freestanding and downtown locations

#10 Ground Round Grille & Bar

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar, founded by Howard Johnson’s in 1969.

See all Forbes Worst Franchises here:

America’s Best And Worst Franchises

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BENNIGAN’S Rated a Worst Franchise by Forbes. Do You Agree?

June 4, 2014

The Bennigan’s franchise was rated one of the worst franchise opportunities in America by Forbes magazine.

Do you agree that Bennigan’s is one of the worst franchises? 

Why or why not?

Please share a comment below.

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(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  The June 16, 2014 issue of Forbes magazine features their picks for America’s Best And Worst Franchises.

The Bennigan’s franchise made the Forbes list of the worst franchise opportunities in the $500,000+ investment range.

The Forbes ranking for Bennigan’s included the following assessment:

No. 5 Bennigan’s

Offers pub food in an Irish tavern setting, with specialty drinks and beer on tap.

Average Initial Investment: $1,929,410

Initial Training Hours: 240

Growth rate: –17%

Continuity: 33%

Franchisor Support: B

Here are the rest of Forbes worst franchises:

Forbes Worst Franchises with $500,000+ Investments

(With #1 being the worst)

#1 Country Kitchen International

Concept:  Restaurants specializes in comfort food like meat loaf, fried steaks and apple pie.

#2 It’s A Grind Coffee House

Concept:  Coffee shops that also sell tea and smoothies

#3 Tastee Freez

Concept:  Soft-serve ice cream shops with walk-up and fast-food locations.

#4 Atlanta Bread Company

Concept:  Fast casual restaurants selling soups, sandwiches and baked goods

#5 Bennigan’s

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar

#6 Shoney’s

Concept: Full service family restaurant

#7 Bonanza Steakhouse

Concept: Family restaurant serves chicken, seafood and sandwiches, as well as steaks

#8 Desert Sun Tanning Salons

Concept: Tanning salons with sunbeds and spray-tan options

#9 La Salsa

Concept: Quickservice Mexican restaurants with strip center, freestanding and downtown locations

#10 Ground Round Grille & Bar

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar, founded by Howard Johnson’s in 1969.

See all Forbes Worst Franchises here:

America’s Best And Worst Franchises

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ATLANTA BREAD COMPANY Rated a Worst Franchise by Forbes. Do You Agree?

June 4, 2014

The Atlanta Bread Company franchise was rated one of the worst franchise opportunities in America by Forbes magazine.

Do you agree that Atlanta Bread Company is one of the worst franchises? 

Why or why not?

Please share a comment below.

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(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  The June 16, 2014 issue of Forbes magazine features their picks for America’s Best And Worst Franchises.

The Atlanta Bread Company franchise made the Forbes list of the worst franchise opportunities in the $500,000+ investment range.

The Forbes ranking for Atlanta Bread Company included the following assessment:

No. 4 Atlanta Bread Company

Prepares soups, sandwiches and baked goods, with online ordering available.

Average Initial Investment: $845,500

Initial Training Hours: 434

Growth rate: –15%

Continuity: 43%

Franchisor Support: B

Here are the rest of Forbes worst franchises:

Forbes Worst Franchises with $500,000+ Investments

(With #1 being the worst)

#1 Country Kitchen International

Concept:  Restaurants specializes in comfort food like meat loaf, fried steaks and apple pie.

#2 It’s A Grind Coffee House

Concept:  Coffee shops that also sell tea and smoothies

#3 Tastee Freez

Concept:  Soft-serve ice cream shops with walk-up and fast-food locations.

#4 Atlanta Bread Company

Concept:  Fast casual restaurants selling soups, sandwiches and baked goods

#5 Bennigan’s

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar

#6 Shoney’s

Concept: Full service family restaurant

#7 Bonanza Steakhouse

Concept: Family restaurant serves chicken, seafood and sandwiches, as well as steaks

#8 Desert Sun Tanning Salons

Concept: Tanning salons with sunbeds and spray-tan options

#9 La Salsa

Concept: Quickservice Mexican restaurants with strip center, freestanding and downtown locations

#10 Ground Round Grille & Bar

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar, founded by Howard Johnson’s in 1969.

See all Forbes Worst Franchises here:

America’s Best And Worst Franchises

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TASTEE FREEZ Rated a Worst Franchise by Forbes. Do You Agree?

June 4, 2014

The Tastee Freez franchise was rated one of the worst franchise opportunities in America by Forbes magazine.

Do you agree that Tastee Freez is one of the worst franchises? 

Why or why not?

Please share a comment below.

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(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  The June 16, 2014 issue of Forbes magazine features their picks for America’s Best And Worst Franchises.

The Tastee Freez franchise made the Forbes list of the worst franchise opportunities in the $500,000+ investment range.

The Forbes ranking for Tastee Freez included the following assessment:

No. 3 Tastee Freez

Offers the same soft-serve ice cream it’s been selling since 1950 at walk-up and fast-food locations.

Average Initial Investment: $678,700

Initial Training Hours: 366-386

Growth rate: –11%

Continuity: 56%

Franchisor Support: B

Here are the rest of Forbes worst franchises:

Forbes Worst Franchises with $500,000+ Investments

(With #1 being the worst)

#1 Country Kitchen International

Concept:  Restaurants specializes in comfort food like meat loaf, fried steaks and apple pie.

#2 It’s A Grind Coffee House

Concept:  Coffee shops that also sell tea and smoothies

#3 Tastee Freez

Concept:  Soft-serve ice cream shops with walk-up and fast-food locations.

#4 Atlanta Bread Company

Concept:  Fast casual restaurants selling soups, sandwiches and baked goods

#5 Bennigan’s

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar

#6 Shoney’s

Concept: Full service family restaurant

#7 Bonanza Steakhouse

Concept: Family restaurant serves chicken, seafood and sandwiches, as well as steaks

#8 Desert Sun Tanning Salons

Concept: Tanning salons with sunbeds and spray-tan options

#9 La Salsa

Concept: Quickservice Mexican restaurants with strip center, freestanding and downtown locations

#10 Ground Round Grille & Bar

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar, founded by Howard Johnson’s in 1969.

See all Forbes Worst Franchises here:

America’s Best And Worst Franchises

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IT’S A GRIND COFFEE HOUSE Rated a Worst Franchise by Forbes. Do You Agree?

June 4, 2014

The It’s A Grind Coffee House franchise was rated one of the worst franchise opportunities in America by Forbes magazine.

Do you agree that It’s A Grind Coffee House is one of the worst franchises? 

Why or why not?

Please share a comment below.

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(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  The June 16, 2014 issue of Forbes magazine features their picks for America’s Best And Worst Franchises.

The It’s A Grind Coffee House franchise made the Forbes list of the worst franchise opportunities in the $500,000+ investment range.

The Forbes ranking for It’s A Grind Coffee House included the following assessment:

No. 2 It’s A Grind Coffee House

Sells tea and smoothies, as well as microroasted arabica bean coffee.

Average Initial Investment: $560,425

Initial Training Hours: 160

Growth rate: –16%

Continuity: 34%

Franchisor Support: C

Here are the rest of Forbes worst franchises:

Forbes Worst Franchises with $500,000+ Investments

(With #1 being the worst)

#1 Country Kitchen International

Concept:  Restaurants specializes in comfort food like meat loaf, fried steaks and apple pie.

#2  It’s A Grind Coffee House

Concept:  Coffee shops that also sell tea and smoothies

#3 Tastee Freez

Concept:  Soft-serve ice cream shops with walk-up and fast-food locations.

#4 Atlanta Bread Company

Concept:  Fast casual restaurants selling soups, sandwiches and baked goods

#5 Bennigan’s

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar

#6 Shoney’s

Concept: Full service family restaurant

#7 Bonanza Steakhouse

Concept: Family restaurant serves chicken, seafood and sandwiches, as well as steaks

#8 Desert Sun Tanning Salons

Concept: Tanning salons with sunbeds and spray-tan options

#9 La Salsa

Concept: Quickservice Mexican restaurants with strip center, freestanding and downtown locations

#10 Ground Round Grille & Bar

Concept: Full service restaurant & bar, founded by Howard Johnson’s in 1969.

See all Forbes Worst Franchises here:

America’s Best And Worst Franchises

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