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Owning a Maui Wowi franchise could be your legacy. And you can turn that legacy into a family business in several different ways. You can hire your children, work events alongside your family and consider passing your business down to the next generation.

Hiring Your Kids

Many teenagers get part-time jobs to earn extra spending money or even because their parents know that working in high school helps build a lifelong work ethic. As a Maui Wowi franchisee, you have the opportunity to ensure that your teenager has a part-time job at a business that has their best interests at heart.

Maui Wowi is a great first job for many of the same reasons it’s an excellent franchise opportunity. All of our team members have the opportunity to bring the Aloha Spirit to their own community and they can enjoy the flexibility of an event-based schedule.

Hiring your children as Maui Wowi team members is a great way to transform your franchise into a family business, as well as providing them with a positive first job experience. The first step is reaching out for more information about the Maui Wowi franchise opportunity.

Working Events as a Family

Another way to make your Maui Wowi franchise a family business is by hopping behind the Ka’anapali Cart with your family. If part of your motivation for becoming a Maui Wowi franchisee is the chance to spend more time with your family, working events is a great way to do just that. As a franchisee, delegating events and tasks is definitely an option. But if you are going to take a more hands-on approach, bring your family along with you! Whether it’s working with a spouse or hiring your kiddos, blending up a tropical taste is a way for you to spend more time with your loved ones.

Succession Planning

As fun as it is to be a Maui Wowi franchisee, we understand that you probably won’t run your business forever and ever. For a lot of our franchisees, Maui Wowi is their path toward retirement. But what’s the plan for your business after you are ready to relinquish the reins? A family business, in the most traditional sense, is a business passed from one generation to the next. You can do that with your Maui Wowi franchise!

If one of your children, or even a niece or nephew, has a love for Maui Wowi and an interest in business, you might just have your succession plan. Before you put anything in writing, be sure to talk with the person you’re considering passing your business on to. Discuss what they need to learn, a timeline and the responsibilities they need to be prepared for. What better way to share your love of the Aloha Spirit than passing it on to the next generation?

There are several ways to turn your Maui Wowi franchise into a family business. Whether you want to hire your kids, work events with your loved ones or pass your franchise down to your children, you can do it all with Maui Wowi. Reach out for more information about the Maui Wowi franchise opportunity.

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You may submit additional information and questions to Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees & Smoothies Franchise Development Department at:
franchising@kahalamgmt.com or Kahala Franchising, LLC – 9311 E. Via de Ventura, Scottsdale, AZ 85258

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