*This post is sponsored by SoFluential Media and Bruster’s Real Ice Cream. We’re getting the word out to share with our fellow verterans!
It’s been about 8 months since B has been out of the military, and we’ve slowly been transitioning back into civilian life. There are always the big questions when getting out of the military, like where are you going to live now, and what you are going to do. After B was stationed in Chicago, almost 4 years ago, I started this blog to keep myself entertained while he was at work and I was living in a new place. Since having the blog, I’ve really loved being my own boss, and making my own hours. So when B got out, we decided to take some time off, and then figure out what our next steps are.
We’re still trying to figure out what is next for us, and what we want to do for a living now that there is no more military. One thing we are really interested in, is becoming our own boss, and we’ve toyed with the idea of owning our own business. When I heard about Bruster’s Franchise opportunity, I was very tempted to jump in. Buster’s Real Ice Cream is offering veterans 50% off their franchise fees to start your own branch. Ice Cream and being your own boss?! Sign me up!
For those of you who know me, you know ice cream is one of my favorite treats, and opening my own ice cream shop has always been a fun dream in the future. I absolutely love that a company like this is working to help Veterans find a way to own their own business. And how much sweeter can it get than owning your own Ice Cream Shop?!
Veterans all over have the opportunity to start their own franchise. Bill Palaich, an Army Veteran and Bruster’s franchise owner, from Clermont, FL said, “The experience I gained in the United States Army has proven to be invaluable in running my Bruster’s Real Ice Cream franchise. Skills in leadership, planning, execution, training, crisis management, and motivating have been true assets in this endeavor. I also do my best to share the qualities and traits I learned during my military service, such as discipline, good work ethic, integrity, honesty, and cooperation. Completing the mission is still priority number one and the military was integral in providing me the tools to reach my goals.”
If you’re a veteran and have ever thought of becoming your own boss and owning your own business, check out this awesome opportunity from Buster’s Real Ice Cream and get 50% your franchise fees.