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Join us in May for our Town Halls

The AAFD has announced the schedule of Town Halls for the month of May:

May 8: Results of the AAFD Franchisor Pandemic Relief Response Survey
May 15: FTC Visits the AAFD Membership
May 29: Covid19 Pandemic Update—Where We are Today!

Franchisor Relief Response Survey – AAFD Town Hall Series Announced

The AAFD is conducting a survey of Franchisor Relief Support in response to the Coronavirus pandemic and we want to invite participation (and share results) with a wide array of franchisee associations.

AAFD Town Hall: Highlighting Renewed Legislative Interest in Franchisee Rights Presented by Keith Miller and Special Guest Senator Cortez Masto

Spurred largely by the significant efforts and leadership of Keith Miller, the AAFD’s Director of Public Affairs and Engagement, and principal of Franchisee Advocacy Consulting, franchisee concerns have gained growing attention at both the Federal and state level. Miller will be leading this week’s AAFD Town Hall which will focus on initiatives on several fronts to provide greater protections for franchise owners throughout the US.  

The AAFD has announced the schedule for our series of Town Halls over the next three weeks.

The AAFD team members, led by AAFD Chairman, Robert Purvin, and AAFD’s Director of Public Affairs and Engagement, Keith Miller, as we bring members up to date on the AAFD’s efforts to navigate our collective survival through the Coronavirus worldwide pandemic.

The Coronavirus Outbreak: a Force Majeure event?

Franchisees nationwide are facing devasting impact on their businesses, and increasingly mandated store closures. Naturally, franchisees face concerns regarding impact on their franchise and lease agreement obligations to stay open, and equally important, to pay fees required by such agreements. Most, but not all, franchise agreements, and most lease agreements, provide protection to both franchisors and franchisees, and landlords, in the form of a Force Majeure or Act of God clause.  These clauses act to forgive (waive) performance when business is disrupted by an “Act of God.” Regardless of the existence of such provisions in the franchise agreement, franchisees are advised to seek protection from their contract obligations if their business is disrupted by an Act of God.

Important advice about Covid-19 Benefits for AAFD LifeStyle Health Plan subscribers

We have received an important communication from Medova Healthcare regarding benefits and protections included or ADDED to Lifestyle Health Plan subscribers.

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