When searching for a franchise, most people are interested onlyin how successful the business is and how much money they'llmake. When presented with a sinking ship, they either jumpoverboard or just pass it by. Except for Steve Jecha.
In 1994, with little net worth and no experience in the printingindustry, Jecha left the world of insurance to become anInsty-Prints franchisee. The executives at the printing franchisemade him an offer he couldn't refuse--no money down andfinancing over seven years. The catch? He had to turn around a St.Paul, Minnesota, franchise that was going out of business.
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