A new report may help Utah business owners figure out which franchise to open next.
HowMuch.net recently found which franchise headquartered in every state would present the best opportunities and success.
In Utah, Yesco franchises — which creates lights and billboard displays across the state — present the best opportunities, according to HowMuch.net.
Yesco recently developed a new sign outside of the Shops at South Town.
Yesco also developed signs at The Forum shops in Las Vegas.
Yesco fell in the category of franchises costing between $50,000 to $99,999 to open.
New Mexico, North Dakota, West Virginia and Wyoming didn't have any franchises listed, according to the report.
Other states have more noteworthy and popular franchises that are based in their state. For example, it’s optimal for Texans to open a 7-Eleven, which is based in Texas.
For Pennsylvania, GNC offers the best opportunity, while McDonald’s works best in Illinois, according to the report’s map
The St. George News recently featured Yesco for its 100 years of service in the Beehive State. The company was founded in 1920 in Ogden.
And the company’s co-owner, Jeff Young, appeared on the CBS show “Undercover Boss” in 2016.
“We were absolutely honored that ‘Undercover Boss’ would consider us, a Utah company, in the lineup,” Young said in a press release. “You think about how many great companies there are, and how many there are in the U.S. To be the third company to have a chance to do this, we’re just so honored and thrilled to do this.”