The Jenks Chamber of Commerce Women in Business program will welcome Shannon Wilburn, Co-founder and CEO of Just Between Friends Franchise Systems, Inc., as its featured speaker on Thursday, May 6, at noon.
Presented by the Public Service Company of Oklahoma, the noon event will include lunch and an opportunity to hear Wilburn’s story on how Just Between Friends (JBF) became North America’s leading pop-up children’s and maternity consignment sale company with 150+ franchises in 32 states.
Cost to attend the Women in Business event is $20 for members and $30 for non-members. Attendees must register by Tuesday, May 4 at 4 p.m.
Just Between Friends (JBF) is North America’s Each franchise hosts two or more seasonal sales a year in their community. Participating families selling items earn 60% or more on those item sales, while families shopping save 50 to 90% off retail.
JBF was founded on the idea that everyone deserves to feel good about providing well for their families. These sales offer high quality merchandise at affordable prices to all shoppers, regardless of socio-economic status.
JBF franchises and consignors have donated more than $32.5 million in cash and in-kind donations to charitable organizations throughout the nation — over $4.5M of it in 2020 alone. Resources stay within the community, benefitting family-serving organizations locally.
JBF was named to Forbes “Top Ten Franchises in America” for 3 years in a row and has been named in the top franchises for franchisee satisfaction by Franchise Business Review for the last 14 years. JBF has also been named to the list of “Top Franchises for Women,” “Top Ten Home-based Franchises for Stay-at-home Moms” and “Best of the Best Low-Cost Franchises” by Franchise Business Review for a fourth year.
JBF has received national media attention on Good Morning America, The Today Show, ABC News, CBS the Early Show, FoxBusiness.com, CNN and Fox News.
Wilburn was chosen as one of the Top 50 “Women of Wonder” by Franchise Dictionary.