BP Aiming to Be Franchise Player

Yee, Nicole
March 2006
Convenience Store News;3/6/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that boasting fresh foods and a clean, comfortable environment, BP PLC is launching a franchise offer for BP Connect and Wild Bean Café convenience store brands in the U.S. retail markets east of the Rocky Mountains. The company also has plans for expanding the franchise program into other markets east of the Rockies that will be announced at a later date. In February, BP launched www.bpfranchising.com, where information on the franchising program is available.


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