The UPS Store Extends 'Operation Enduring Opportunity' Commitment to Veterans

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The UPS Store Extends 'Operation Enduring Opportunity' Commitment to Veterans

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SAN DIEGO, Jun 28, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The UPS Store (R)  franchise network today announced it has extended approximately $300,000 more in financial incentives for up to 10 qualified U.S. military veterans interested in opening a new location. This commitment is part of "Operation Enduring Opportunity," a national initiative to recruit and/or hire as many as 75,000 military veterans and their family members by the end of 2014.


The UPS Store participated in the first round of "Operation Enduring Opportunity" last November by waiving the franchise fee of $29,950 for 10 qualified U.S. military veterans who were first-time franchisees wishing to open a new location. Securing those 10 veterans by early April, The UPS Store decided to extend the offer.

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