Smoke’s Poutinerie Launches National Edu-Tainment Program

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TORONTO— Smoke’s Poutinerie has launched its national franchising Edu-Tainment Program, which benefits Canadian post-secondary graduates by providing them with an opportunity to join the Smoke’s Poutinerie chain with a 50-per-cent discount off all franchise-related fees.* 

The franchising initiative is the brain-child of Ryan Smolkin, founder and CEO of Smoke’s Poutinerie, who remembers the challenges he faced when starting out as a serial entrepreneur. “I’m excited to inspire young, ambitious students with aspirations to own their own businesses. I can’t wait to bring this unique partnership coast-to-coast. My main goal is to pave the way for students who are in the same position I was when I was finding my way in university,” says Smolken. “I’m totally stoked to be the first in this industry to support students in their journey toward entrepreneurship — I want to give them opportunities I didn’t have.”

In addition, any post-secondary student attending one of Smolkin’s presentations during his ongoing Canada-wide speaking tour can enter an exclusive competition (one entry/year) for a 100-per-cent discount off all franchise-related fees.*

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