BRFA Mission Statement: To represent IHOP Franchisees with the Franchisor, government and other entities, and employ our collective leverage to improve Franchisee profitability, restaurant operations and brand strength.
- Represent and advocate for the best interests of the franchise owners with the Franchisor. Influence brand strategy from our Franchise owners’ perspective. Respect, aid, empower the Franchisor.
- Pursue initiatives to improve profitability, operations, and the financial health and welfare of franchisees.
- Impact government affairs in the best interest of both small and large franchise business owners. Seek to join forces strategically with other franchisee groups and industry associations.
Debbie Selinsky, Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine
NEW Member Program
The Leavitt National Restaurant Insurance and Safety Program benefits you AND BRFA! Lower your premiums and mods and help BRFA earn valuable sponsorship dollars. You no longer need to seek out your own coverage; the Leavitt Program is large enough and organized to write any BRFA member from 1 store to 200+ stores. Click on the Member Programs tab for more information regarding this valuable program.
NLRB Regulatory Overreach
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has grabbed headlines for its outrageous attempt to mandate where and how one company—Boeing—can operate and expand its business. The Washington Post noted, the NLRB’s attack on Boeing "substitutes the government’s judgment for that of the company and this is neither good law nor good business.” Yet, the NLRB’s actions toward Boeing and its employees are the just the tip of the iceberg.