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Franchisees, Please Ask California's Governor to Sign SB610

California Senate Bill SB610, which is sponsored by the American Association of Franchisees and Dealers, has now passed the state legislative branch. It is now on Governor Brown's desk for approval. Franchisor advocates are bringing substantial pressure on the governor in a last ditch effort to defeat SB610.

  This is a critical time for California franchise owners to raise their voices in common cause to hold the line on oppressive franchise agreements, and to protect your ownership equity in your franchised business.

Attached is a petition (pdf) urging Governor Brown to approve CA Senate Bill 610 – a bill to protect franchisee equity in your franchised business.

Please scan and email your signed petition to benefits@aafd.org, or fax your signed petition to 866-855-1988, and we will deliver our petitions for you.  This will take you only a few very important moments, but could be of significant value to the protection of your franchise equity.

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Robert Purvin is the Chairman and CEO of the American Association of Franchisees and Dealers, a national non-profit trade association that is dedicated to supporting and protecting the rights of franchise owners.

The AAFD's mission is to define, identify and promote Total Quality Franchising practices, and the AAFD supports is mission by:

  1. Promoting strong and effective independent franchisee associations as affiliated chapters of the AAFD.
  2. The development of the AAFD's Fair Franchising Standards, the most comprehenisve body of negotiated principles of recommended franchise practices in existence.
  3. The advocacy of fair and balanced franchise agreements and relationships that respect the legitimate business interests of both franchisors and franchisees for the good of the franchise relationship.
  4. The education of franchisees and prospective franchisees by the development and publication of the AAFD Fair Franchising Standards and the promotion of the AAFD Franchisee Bill of Rights.

The AAFD is actively forming independent franchisee associations as fully managed and supported chapters of the AAFD of all franchise systems operating in the United States.  For more information:

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