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Ford's Garage Franchise Opportunity Meets with Franchise Interviews

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Ford's Garage is a restaurant franchise that takes inspiration from 1920s garages, boasting licensing rights from Ford Motor Company. It has garnered a reputation as a popular dining spot nationwide, attracting patrons with its nostalgic ambiance and authentic American cuisine. The interior design recreates a classic 1920s service station, complete with vintage vehicles, fixtures, and gas pumps. One of its distinctive features is a suspended Model T or Model A car above the central bar, surrounded by Prohibition-era elements such as brick walls, richly colored woods, and a hand-hammered copper bar top. The staff dons mechanic shirts, napkins are made from blue shop towels, restroom sinks are crafted from tires, and the faucets resemble fuel pump nozzles. This restaurant concept is not only unique but also rapidly expanding across the country, making it a topic of lively discussion. We are meeting with Dave Ragosa, VP of Franchising and Development for Ford's Garage.

In Part Two, we play a clip from our popular Great Quotes in Franchising podcast.

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