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Entrepreneur.com: Making MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes the Family Business
The Bergesons decided to get into franchising together with the help of the better burger brand.

Franchising can truly be a family business, especially as we come out of the recession with an emerging entrepreneurial group of Millennials who see less opportunity in the workforce. Many parents/child teams are turning to franchise ownership as an option - and they're thriving.

In a recent issue of Entrepreneur Startups magazine, the trend toward family ownership was explored, including the successful father/sons team of Randy Bergeson, and his sons, Josh and Lucas, multi-unit owners for MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes.

"We all have different interests, and we couldn’t have planned it any better,” Lucas Bergeson told Entrepreneur.

Randy Bergeson, who ran several Subway restaurants, began looking into family franchise options while his sons were in school, landing on MOOYAH as a good chance to build something together. Behind the good dynamic and hard work ethic, the family now has two locations in Wisconsin.

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