Well it turns out that Inspirit Arts cannot call their Brand Duplication Deal a franchise for legal reasons. Therefore, Inspirit Arts offers Licensing Agreements which are the same as franchise agreements by a different name. .
If you had a McDonald's for example, you would have to purchase meat from McDonalds, as part of the deal for using their business model and customer base.
If you had a license to duplicate Inspirit Arts, you have to purchase the hats, headwraps, headbands and other products from Inspirit Arts. as part of the deal for using the Inspirit Arts business model and customer base.
Unfortunately, Robert Bedford of #HeadsUpHeadGear continues to use the Inspirit Arts business model, and represent Inspirit Arts even after he stopped purchasing products from Inspirit Arts and broke every other aspect of the duplication agreement.
When customers see the Inspirit Arts vendor booth in the usual places, they assume they are supporting Inspirit Arts....but they aren't. Miss NebSa and her son have been building up The Headwrap Vendor Method since the late 90's. All that ground work stolen by Robert and Shanecka .
Should he get away with that?
Inbox if you want to see a list of all the accusations that Harmon wants discussed in a tribunal.