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Chris Conner
Franchise Marketing Systems' president Chris Conner speaks on YouTube

GAINSVILLE, Georgia – Christopher Conner, founder and president of Franchise Marketing Systems, made a curious statement in 2012. He said, "Franchisees will sometimes sue; this is part of doing business." But he adds, "Or is it?" Conner sells himself as a veteran franchise consultant "who has been involved in several thousand business transactions without any lawsuits or litigation involved."

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