When Farouk Diab emigrated from Israel to the U.S. in 1975, the first job he got was as a pat-time janitor at a Wienerschnitzel. Within two years, he had worked all the jobs at the restaurant and was given the chance to become a franchisee. He’s been the number one franchisee for the chain one the last 20 years, and his undeniable work ethic has led him to open up locations of two other restaurant chains. Farouk’s uplifting story shows that franchise businesses give opportunities for success to anyone who is willing to work hard and climb up the ladder.
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