NetworkNewsBreaks – Franchise Holdings International Inc. (FNHI) and Worksport Launch New Immersive, Media-Rich Website

Franchise Holdings International (OTCQB: FNHI), parent company of Worksport, the light truck cover manufacturer, today announced the launch of its new website, www.Worksport.com. According to the update, the site reflects the company’s current status as one of North America’s fastest growing manufacturers of truck bed covers and offers new and existing clients an immersive, media-rich experience of its brand and product. “The 25 per cent of trucks that use covers is a market we are aware of and participate in daily,” FNHI and Worksport CEO Steven Rossi said in the news release. “What drives Worksport is being the solution for the great number of truck owners that are clearly not satisfied with the current market offerings. We aim to forge our own, new market – and we’ve already begun and made great strides toward that goal.”

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About Franchise Holdings International

Listed on the OTCQB Market under the trading symbol “FNHI” and currently in the process of a dual listing on a Canadian Stock Exchange, Franchise Holdings International’s strategy is to acquire business in the fastest growing business segments and to create shareholder value in the process. Once a business of interest is acquired, the company’s mission is to further develop and accelerate the growth for all of its acquired subsidiaries. Currently the corporation has one fully owned subsidiary, Worksport Ltd. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.FranchiseHoldingsInternational.com.

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