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The Fish & Chip Co will be changing someone’s life this week as the company will be announcing the winner of their Win a franchise worth R500 000 give-away competition Today!

The eagerly awaited reality of becoming a The Fish & Chip Co franchisee will soon be the actuality of five finalists who entered the company’s almost too good to be true give-away competition. One randomly selected finalist, who hopefully has lady luck on his or her side will be prized the ‘of-fish-al’ winner and owner of their very own The Fish & Chip Co store.

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The competition was open to the public for participants that paid a joining fee to The Fish and Chip Co from 1 February to 31 October 2012.

The Fish & Chip Co, which is a subsidiary of JSE listed South African-based management group, Taste Holdings, confirms that an astounding 173 such joining fees were received and applications audited.

Christo Calitz, CEO of Taste Holdings Food Division, says that the positive response to the competition is not only a testament that entrepreneurship is prevalent in South Africa, but that the franchising industry has an excellent track record from which to start up a sustainable business.

Prospective franchisees are able to determine their own level of measurable achievements; however they need to be motivated, have a passion for the industry and have a drive to succeed. This recipe, coupled with an established franchise model and network, as well as the relevant training and support, will be provided to one lucky finalist and will compellingly change his or her life forever.

As a fast growing franchise, we are delighted to soon welcome one of the lucky finalists to our ever growing family of 277 stores, and will take every necessary step to ensure that this unique partnership is long term. I am also optimistic that the remaining four finalists will seize the opportunity while their foot is in the door,” concludes Calitz.

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