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An Athlete Goes from Football to Franchising
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Jan Norman  columnist at the Orange County Register has written an interesting article that centers on Tafa Jefferson a former NFL player drafted by the Chicago Bears in 1997. Norman recounts how Jefferson grew a nurse registry into Amada Senior Care, a company that has more than 400 employees. Jefferson recently launched a franchise that can serve to fuel the growth of his company. It's another example of how a successful small business guided by the right leadership can grow into a franchise company. Click here to read the complete article.


Posted on January 11, 2013 at 5:02 PM
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