Quick Summary — Good Feet

Numbers Summary

Initial Franchise Fee: $25,000
Startup Costs: $123,770 - $229,275
Revenue Range: $129,792 - $2,414,897
Royalty: 5.0%
Founded: 2004

Data Summary

What is this franchise about?

Good Feet produces high quality arch supports to give customers the relief and comfort they desire.

What does it sell — and how is money made?

  • Good Feet’s supports provide the alignment that the body needs —alleviating foot, knee, and back pain.
  • Customers come into a Good Feet store with a foot problem and need a solution. Their arch support specialists spend time with the customer so they get a better understanding of their work environment, daily activities, and their preferred shoe style.
  • Good Feet has over 300 styles and sizes of arch supports, and since everybody’s feet are different, customers are guaranteed a personalized arch support fitting to alleviate their specific issues.

What type of entrepreneur is it perfect for?

The Good Feet Store is committed to improving the quality of people’s lives — “two feet at a time” — and their franchisees are expected to value this as well. Those who join their team benefit from comprehensive branding and marketing, serving the needs of a broad market, and a proven business model designed to generate high sales.

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Financial Information

Initial Franchise Fee: $25,000
Additional Startup Costs: $123,770 - $229,275
Total Investment: $123,770 – $229,275

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Good Feet Franchise Overview