7-Eleven Franchisee Sues Company for Trying to Seize Stores

7-Eleven Franchisee Sues Company for Trying to Seize Stores (via NJTV News with Mike Schneider)

By Brenda Flanagan Correspondent Karamjeet Sodhi bought his first 7-Eleven franchise in New Jersey 26 years ago, worked 80-hour weeks, even slept in the store. It paid off. He ended up owning a half-dozen franchises — a real 7-Eleven success story…

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One thought on “7-Eleven Franchisee Sues Company for Trying to Seize Stores

  • May 20, 2014 at 9:26 pm
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    I. I’m unhappy franchise

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