A Finnish board game called eclipse uses an edited version of Franchise as part of its identity and throughout the game and accompanying materials.
Taco Bell began by using Franchise to advertise their new Doritos Locos Tacos, and the typeface has now made its way through most of their signage and web presence.
Modern Method used Franchise for their website’s semi-blackout page in the effort to resist the SOPA legislation.
As stated on their website, this fun website using Franchise as their identity’s base is “Whatcom County’s simple solution to eating locally produced food.”
Franchise serves as the primary typeface for this cool iPhone app designed to protect your private photos and information. Honestly, I don’t know exactly what it does, but it comes with a sweet website.
The folks at Paravel used Franchise to brand and introduce their excellent web typography plugin.
Fox used Franchise for television commercials promoting upcoming games for a span.
Franchise Bold was used in all the identity and promotional materials for the major motion picture Journey 2, and serves as the basis of the film’s logotype.
American Eagle Outfitters used Franchise to update their look, with the typeface adorning banners and headers throughout the website and splashed on in-store signage.