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    What is this franchise about?

    Kona Ice is transforming the idea of the friendly neighborhood ice cream truck with a more colorful, fun shaved ice experience. The company has over 1,000 of the tropical-themed shaved ice trucks nationwide and is the 13th fastest growing franchise in the country.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Kona Ice is transforming the idea of the friendly neighborhood ice cream truck with a more colorful, fun shaved ice experience. The company has over 1,000 of the tropical-themed shaved ice trucks nationwide and is the 13th fastest growing franchise in the country.

    Kona Ice is transforming the idea of the friendly neighborhood ice cream truck with a more colorful, fun shaved ice experience. The company has over 1,000 of the tropical-themed shaved ice trucks nationwide and is the 13th fastest growing franchise in the country.

    Kona Ice is transforming the idea of the friendly neighborhood ice cream truck with a more colorful, fun shaved ice experience. The company has over 1,000 of the tropical-themed shaved ice trucks nationwide and is the 13th fastest growing franchise in the country.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $15,000
    Startup Costs:
    $127,750 - $151,550
    Revenue Range:
    $110,000 - 140,000
    Royalty:
    First 5 Years $3000
    Founded:
    2007
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    What is this franchise about?

    For over four decades, Smoothie King has provided customers with smoothies that have a purpose: to promote a healthier lifestyle and support individual goals. It's more than just throwing fruit into a blender, it's a balanced blend of ingredients - no additional flavors or artificial ingredients - that satisfies cravings and serves up smiles.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    For over four decades, Smoothie King has provided customers with smoothies that have a purpose: to promote a healthier lifestyle and support individual goals. It's more than just throwing fruit into a blender, it's a balanced blend of ingredients - no additional flavors or artificial ingredients - that satisfies cravings and serves up smiles.

    For over four decades, Smoothie King has provided customers with smoothies that have a purpose: to promote a healthier lifestyle and support individual goals. It's more than just throwing fruit into a blender, it's a balanced blend of ingredients - no additional flavors or artificial ingredients - that satisfies cravings and serves up smiles.

    For over four decades, Smoothie King has provided customers with smoothies that have a purpose: to promote a healthier lifestyle and support individual goals. It's more than just throwing fruit into a blender, it's a balanced blend of ingredients - no additional flavors or artificial ingredients - that satisfies cravings and serves up smiles.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $25,000 - $30,000
    Startup Costs:
    $263,550 to $531,535
    Revenue Range:
    $87,000 - $737,000
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    1973
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    What is this franchise about?

    First on the scene and best in its class, Sky Zone created the world's first wall-to-wall trampoline park in 2004, bringing healthy, high-flying fun to people across the globe. Now you can be part of this international sensation.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    First on the scene and best in its class, Sky Zone created the world's first wall-to-wall trampoline park in 2004, bringing healthy, high-flying fun to people across the globe. Now you can be part of this international sensation.

    First on the scene and best in its class, Sky Zone created the world's first wall-to-wall trampoline park in 2004, bringing healthy, high-flying fun to people across the globe. Now you can be part of this international sensation.

    First on the scene and best in its class, Sky Zone created the world's first wall-to-wall trampoline park in 2004, bringing healthy, high-flying fun to people across the globe. Now you can be part of this international sensation.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $60,000
    Startup Costs:
    $1,283,813
    Revenue Range:
    $1,824,530 - $2,896,034
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    2004
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    What is this franchise about?

    Mathnasium strives to help children improve their knowledge and become a master in math. Their unique focus on math education has rapidly grown to over 1,000 centers across the country.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Mathnasium strives to help children improve their knowledge and become a master in math. Their unique focus on math education has rapidly grown to over 1,000 centers across the country.

    Mathnasium strives to help children improve their knowledge and become a master in math. Their unique focus on math education has rapidly grown to over 1,000 centers across the country.

    Mathnasium strives to help children improve their knowledge and become a master in math. Their unique focus on math education has rapidly grown to over 1,000 centers across the country.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $49,000
    Startup Costs:
    $112,750 - $149,110
    Revenue Range:
    $45,474 - $1,008,597
    Royalty:
    10 % or $500 - $1,500 per month
    Founded:
    2002
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    What is this franchise about?

    Having car trouble? Midas has got you covered. For 60 years, Midas has been a leader in the automotive parts business and has opened over 2,000 repair locations worldwide.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Having car trouble? Midas has got you covered. For 60 years, Midas has been a leader in the automotive parts business and has opened over 2,000 repair locations worldwide.

    Having car trouble? Midas has got you covered. For 60 years, Midas has been a leader in the automotive parts business and has opened over 2,000 repair locations worldwide.

    Having car trouble? Midas has got you covered. For 60 years, Midas has been a leader in the automotive parts business and has opened over 2,000 repair locations worldwide.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $10,000 - $30,000
    Startup Costs:
    $181,650 and $459,587
    Revenue Range:
    $318,104 - $1,802,056
    Royalty:
    4.6% - 4.7%
    Founded:
    1959
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    What is this franchise about?

    To satisfy their customers' appetites, Firehouse Subs' mission is to produce the best meats, cheeses, toppings, and toasted sub rolls - all the necessary components in creating the perfect, flavorful sandwich.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    To satisfy their customers' appetites, Firehouse Subs' mission is to produce the best meats, cheeses, toppings, and toasted sub rolls - all the necessary components in creating the perfect, flavorful sandwich.

    To satisfy their customers' appetites, Firehouse Subs' mission is to produce the best meats, cheeses, toppings, and toasted sub rolls - all the necessary components in creating the perfect, flavorful sandwich.

    To satisfy their customers' appetites, Firehouse Subs' mission is to produce the best meats, cheeses, toppings, and toasted sub rolls - all the necessary components in creating the perfect, flavorful sandwich.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $20,000
    Startup Costs:
    $160,583 to $843,390
    Revenue Range:
    $3,019 - $44,537
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    1995
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    What is this franchise about?

    Massage Envy operates as a personal health business that provides a variety of total body care services for anyone seeking a little TLC.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Massage Envy operates as a personal health business that provides a variety of total body care services for anyone seeking a little TLC.

    Massage Envy operates as a personal health business that provides a variety of total body care services for anyone seeking a little TLC.

    Massage Envy operates as a personal health business that provides a variety of total body care services for anyone seeking a little TLC.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $28,000 - $45,000
    Startup Costs:
    $481,400 - $898,700
    Revenue Range:
    $979,493 - $3,064,499
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    2010
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    What is this franchise about?

    uBreakiFix is the place to go with your broken computers, smart phones, tablets, gaming consoles, and other electronic equipment - and have it fixed for an affordable price.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    uBreakiFix is the place to go with your broken computers, smart phones, tablets, gaming consoles, and other electronic equipment - and have it fixed for an affordable price.

    uBreakiFix is the place to go with your broken computers, smart phones, tablets, gaming consoles, and other electronic equipment - and have it fixed for an affordable price.

    uBreakiFix is the place to go with your broken computers, smart phones, tablets, gaming consoles, and other electronic equipment - and have it fixed for an affordable price.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $25,000 - $129,000
    Startup Costs:
    $55,400 - $236,250
    Revenue Range:
    $134,480 - $1,323,772
    Royalty:
    7%
    Founded:
    2012
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    What is this franchise about?

    Presents of Mine specializes in personalized and monogrammed items for any occasion, including birthdays, weddings, housewarming gifts, baby showers, and more.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The Presents of Mine unique business model allows customized items to be made the same day they are ordered. Presents of Mine creates a personal touch to baby gifts, wedding gifts, pillows, business gifts, purses, apparel, home gifts, and more.

    Customers can choose from a variety of personalization options, including embroidery fonts, monogram format, fabric patterns, jewelry fonts, and more.

    In addition to gift items sold, Presents of Mine franchisees will sell popular personalized trends, like monogrammed raincoats, quarter zips, tank tops, baseball hats, and other forms of apparel. Common customers include school sports teams, businesses looking for logo items, and others.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $100,000 - $250,000
    Startup Costs:
    $266,006 - $491,140
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    No Royalties
    Founded:
    2014
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    What is this franchise about?

    RedBoxPlus is a combination portable toilet and dumpster roll-off box. This 2-in-1 solution is ideal for job and construction sites. With one phone call, RedBoxPlus provides clients with the size dumpster they desire and they drop it off at whatever location.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The idea for the RedBoxPlus came from the founders desire to create a more convenient and efficient way for construction customers to dispose of waste.

    The invention is a combination of a roll-off dumpster and portable restroom. This saves employees trying to find an alternate facility and keeps the clients project on schedule.

    The franchise sells two types of products: the RedBoxPlus Elite, which is the dumpster and bathroom combined, and the RedBoxPlus Standard, which does not have the restroom attachment.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    49,500
    Startup Costs:
    $444,046 - $547,335
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    See FDD
    Founded:
    2002
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    What is this franchise about?

    With over 150 locations nationwide, Retro Fitness is a popular franchise in the fitness industry that offers affordable, membership options and an array of exercise programs.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Retro Fitness motto is providing customers more fitness for less money. The gym memberships are $19.99/month and they include access to modern equipment, training sessions, tanning booths, a juice bar, and more.

    Retro Fitness is not the average gym, but a fun, affordable experience for members of all levels.

    Customers benefit from other amenities as well, including child sitting, hydromassage, a fitness app, and a members reward program.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $69,000
    Startup Costs:
    $944,000 - $1,592,250
    Revenue Range:
    $1,066,524 - $2,211,967
    Royalty:
    5%
    Founded:
    2004
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    What is this franchise about?

    Row House is transforming the fitness industry with their indoor rowing space, which provides exercise enthusiasts with low-impact, high-energy full body workouts.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Each Row House Studio offers indoor rowing classes through live instructional group and individual classes that accomodate all skill levels. The studios are operated under a comprehensive, spacious design with 26 rowing ergometers.

    A rowing workout allows you to build aerobic endurance and strength all at once. The six types of classes incorporate rowing, resistance training, stretching, and more.

    Members who join the Row House Meter Program have their fitness achievements celebrated by earning exclusive gear and rewards.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $60,000
    Startup Costs:
    $257,700 - $400,800
    Revenue Range:
    $761,086.94 (one studio)
    Royalty:
    7%
    Founded:
    2014
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    What is this franchise about?

    Tierra Encantada is a Spanish-language immersion childhood education franchise that provides a welcoming environment, as well as fresh-cooked, organic meals and their signature cloth diapers.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The preschool/daycare offers childcare for children ages six weeks old to five years old. They provide a bilingual education program that improves a childs cognitive development and teaches respect for diversity.

    The tuition includes breakfast, lunch, and two snacks. The meals are prepared fresh daily in their on-site kitchen.

    Their Creative Curriculum focuses on immersing children in a dual-language program through teaching, songs, games, and conversations, all in Spanish. For example, infants focus on basic sign language and communication, while Pre-K children are encouraged to grow their interests in learning, creative expression, and social play.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $50,000.00
    Startup Costs:
    $591,520 - $1,055,000
    Revenue Range:
    $1,468,659 - $1,879,636
    Royalty:
    7%
    Founded:
    2013
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    What is this franchise about?

    Uptown Cheapskate is a retail franchise that re-sells stylish, brand name, gently used clothing, handbags, and other accessories at an affordable price.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The upscale consignment shop sells quality second-hand clothing from brands such as Nordstrom, Urban Outfitters, Michale Kors, J. Crew, Banana Republic, and more.

    Customers not only shop at Uptown Cheapskate, but they can sell their own clothes for cash back. The store buys items based on condition, style, inventory levels, and what will sell well in the store.

    Uptown Cheapskate typically sells to a high school and college-aged young adult demographic.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $25,000
    Startup Costs:
    $302,763 - $487,763
    Revenue Range:
    $1,026,099 - $1,840,259
    Royalty:
    5%
    Founded:
    2009
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    What is this franchise about?

    Teriyaki Madness is a Japanese fast-food restaurant that makes and sells a variety of teriyaki dishes, as well as other specialty food and beverage items.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The restaurants menu features teriyaki bowls, appetizers, sides, and sauces.

    Customers can order their traditional, and most popular, chicken teriyaki bowl over rice, noodles, or vegetables, or try an alternative teriyaki dish.

    Customers can join their rewards program to earn points and great offers on their food.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $45,000
    Startup Costs:
    $313,500 - $653,860
    Revenue Range:
    $631,431 - $1,430,790
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    2003
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    What is this franchise about?

    Apricot Lane continues to keep up with the latest fashion trends and has earned its strong place in the fast fashion retail industry.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The retail store sells a variety of fashion brands and merchandise ranging from apparel, jewelry, handbags, and accessories and consumers can purchase the trendiest runway styles without the luxurious, expensive price tag.

    Franchisees provide customers with styles straight from the runway, affordable pricing, limited production of items to keep them unique, continuous flow of new inventory, and updated interpretations of hot runway looks.

    Apricot Lane franchisees are part of the enormous womens apparel industry that is continuing to grow, and the industry is expected to see a 17.2% growth by 2020.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $15,000 - $34,500
    Startup Costs:
    $132,550 - $329,800
    Revenue Range:
    $124,338 - $3,633,358
    Royalty:
    5.5%
    Founded:
    1996
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    What is this franchise about?

    Pet Supplies Plus is where pet lovers can shop for all their pet needs in a bright, retail environment. Customers can buy brand names at affordable prices.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Pet Supplies Plus sells a wide range of pet food, pet supplies, pet grooming, and bathing services.

    The business also sells pets, such as small animals, birds, reptiles, and fish.

    Customers can choose from a variety of popular pet food brands.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $49,900
    Startup Costs:
    $440,600 - $1,315,200
    Revenue Range:
    $1,646,877 - $2,517,976
    Royalty:
    2-3%
    Founded:
    2010
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    What is this franchise about?

    Ace Hardware is the favorite local hardware store in communities across the country. With locations independently owned and operated by local entrepreneurs, these hard-working men and women are part of the fabric of your community.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    ACE Hardware provides convenience and quality service to its customers for all their individual needs; whether its key cutting, propane refills. Installations, glass or screen repair, computerized paint-color matching, or other service, ACE Hardware helps get the job done.

    The hardware franchise features popular brands in their store, like Benjamin Moore, BLACK + DECKER, Craftsman, and more.

    Clients can shop from a dozen departments, purchase gift cards, and benefit from delivery and postal services.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $5,000
    Startup Costs:
    $272,000 - $1,600,000
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    See FDD
    Founded:
    1928
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    What is this franchise about?

    LemonShark Poke is a high-quality, "fine casual" restaurant that serves a freshly-prepared, traditional Hawaiian dish known as "poke". The restaurant offers customers sustainably sourced, Hawaiian style ahi tuna and salmon mixed with proprietary sauces, marinades, toppings, rice, salads, and other food products.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    LemonShark Poke only provides the freshest, ethically-sourced ingredients to their customers. The restaurant serves locally-crafted, flavorful poke bowls consumers can customize to their liking.

    They offer a list of signature bowls or the option to build your own. Each poke bowl starts with a base, then the poke -- which is a variety of fish options -- and finally, the bowl is completed with a mix of different toppings and sauces.

    For those who aren't fond of fish, LemonShark Poke also provides options to those with a wider taste, like tofu and lemongrass chicken. There are endless combinations a customer can create!

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $40,000
    Startup Costs:
    $341,950 - $866,400
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    3%-6%
    Founded:
    2016
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    What is this franchise about?

    AlphaGraphics are the print and marketing experts. They use the latest technology to give you the best graphics designs for your brand and business.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The franchise provides customized prints and marketing communication products and services to businesses.

    including graphic design, offset and digital printing, bindery, and more.

    Customers can pay for signs, which AlphaGraphics guarantees will get them noticed.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $55,500
    Startup Costs:
    $214,650 - $380,568
    Revenue Range:
    $408,700 - $1,668,844
    Royalty:
    3.0% - 7.0%
    Founded:
    1986
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    What is this franchise about?

    We all have random batteries and light bulbs lying around, but most of the time its not the batteries we need. Batteries Plus Bulbs provides the solution: they sell and recycle batteries and light bulbs of various sizes and voltage.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Each store has an initial inventory of between 800 to 1,100 different types of batteries and other related products.

    The stores provide batteries that can power everything from ATVs to Zambonis whatever the customer is looking for, they can find it at Batteries Plus Bulbs.

    The franchise also offers various device services: repair and replacement of screens and batteries in items such as smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices, and key fob repair and replacement services.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $25,000 - $37,500
    Startup Costs:
    $189,250 - $366,350
    Revenue Range:
    $176,947-$4,047,133
    Royalty:
    5.0%
    Founded:
    1996
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    What is this franchise about?

    Beef O Bradys prides itself on being a family friendly restaurant where friends and families can get together to enjoy quality food and a comfortable atmosphere. Centered around sports spectation, Beef O Bradys is a great location to socialize and watch the big game.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The restaurant is one of the most popular family sports pubs in the country.

    Beef 'O' Brady's sell more than just great food they sells an experience and a social hub from community members to gather for any occasion.

    The menu is filled with traditional Irish food and signature favorites with an Irish twist. Beef OBradys provides a variety of choices so every customer can find something to enjoy.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $37,500
    Startup Costs:
    $791,967 - $1,327,475
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    2.3%
    Founded:
    1985
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    What is this franchise about?

    Since its initial opening in 1989, Brusters has been committed to fresh, quality food products. Brusters Real Ice Cream is made with slow kettle processing designed specifically to create Brusters flavors at each location.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Brusters menu showcases unique, innovative flavors everyone can enjoy. Their smooth, creamy hand-crafted desserts will excite customers taste buds and have them come back for more.

    Besides ice cream, Brusters also sells a variety of shakes, frozen yogurt, sherbert, cakes, and pies.

    Clients choose Busters to cater their special occasion; whether its a birthday, office party, wedding, or anniversary celebration, the ice cream store is ready to provide the sweetest treats for all types of festivities.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $17,500 - $35,000
    Startup Costs:
    $229,200 - $1,315,000
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    5.0%
    Founded:
    1993
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    What is this franchise about?

    Carsmetics set out to revolutionize the auto body industry, completing most repairs in just 1 to 3 days at a significantly lower price. With convenient locations and a professional staff, Carsmetics will meet all your auto body needs.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Customers go to Carsmetics for a unique automobile repair service the business focuses solely on drivable accident repairs by eliminating heavy equipment and high overhead.

    Repairs could be completed within one to three days, sometimes in a few hours, which results in a significantly low price.

    Clients also enjoy convenient locations, free, fast quotes, low prices, easy financing, and a lifetime guarantee on all repairs.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $0
    Startup Costs:
    $250,000 - $500,000
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    See FDD
    Founded:
    1997
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    What is this franchise about?

    Creative World School offers a unique educational approach to encourage learning new concepts for its students. With experienced teachers and more than 45 years of expertise in the field, learning is a top priority at Creative World School.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Creative World utilizes a STEM approach to learning, meaning parents invest in a mix of art, math, technology, engineering, and science activities in an early-childhood curriculum.

    Their selling point is The Three Es Education Station, Exploration Station, and Enrichment Station which are the basis to how Creative World approaches learning.

    Children benefit from the programs emphasis on cognitive, hands-on, and imaginative learning. Creative Worlds Exploratorium includes children from infant age to school age.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $60,000
    Startup Costs:
    $2,445,300 - $5,206,000
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    5.0%
    Founded:
    1999
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    What is this franchise about?

    Founded by Travis Dickey in 1941, Dickeys Barbeque Pit is a family-owned restaurant chain and the largest barbecue franchise in the country. Dickeys is the optimal family-friendly restaurant.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Dickeys utilizes modern barbeque cooking technology and several proprietary concepts and recipes to serve their savory, affordable, freshly-prepared BBQ food in a comfortable setting.

    The BBQ restaurant chain has six revenue streams in their business model: dine-in, catering, retail items (sauces, rubs, gift cards, and their cookbook), holiday meals, online ordering, and outside delivery.

    Dickeys meats are sourced with No B.S. (bad stuff). They strive to give customers responsibly raised, quality meats.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $20,000
    Startup Costs:
    $122,079 - $398,508
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    5.0%
    Founded:
    1941
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    What is this franchise about?

    Pirtek USA is a hydraulic and industrial hose replacement service. They provide products and services to drive thru and self-service car washes to customers who steer ocean liners.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Pirtek USA's product range includes hydraulic hoses, industrial hoses, pressure gauges, pressure wash equipment, hose production, and more.

    The business provides counter service for hose repairs and hose assemblies.

    Customers can also seek out on site hose service and specialty services like hose tagging and hose cleaning.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $50,000
    Startup Costs:
    $346,800-$782,300
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    4%
    Founded:
    1997
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    What is this franchise about?

    DirectBuy is a private buying service that enables members to purchase most anything for in and around their homes. Whether you need new furniture, appliances or fixtures, DirectBuy is your optimal resource.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The DirectBuy Membership service allows customers access to significant savings, more selection, manufacturers, and authorized dealers. Pricing plans are either monthly or yearly and both plans come with the same benefits.

    Members can utilize DirectBuys design services to complete home, interior projects with expert help. The companys professional relationship with some of the best cabinetry brands in the country allows clients to choose from an endless list of options, all while staying in budget and matching you style.

    Direct Buys Concierge Shopping team does everything for you: custom designs for any space, coordinate projects, ship you samples, place an order for you, research merchandise, and more.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $75,000
    Startup Costs:
    $364,000 - $637,000
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    22% - 50%
    Founded:
    1991
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    What is this franchise about?

    Doc Popcorn creates unique popcorn products and flavors, including soft drinks and other products. Doc Popcorn is devoted to creating quality ingredients and products to all customers.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Doc Popcorn has 15 proprietary flavors which include Apple Crisp, Better Butter, Caramel Bliss, Cheesy Cheddar, and more. The popcorn contains high-quality ingredients; no trans fats, MSG, artificial coloring, or preservatives.

    Customers can buy in store or online and choose from a variety of their signature tin options. Gallon tins, quart tins, even tins decorated in your favorite sports team logo.

    The company promotes catering for any occasion, as well as options for corporate gifts or just a simple thank you present.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $15,000
    Startup Costs:
    $46,909 - $130,074
    Revenue Range:
    $221,778 (median) - $243,834 (average)
    Royalty:
    6.0%
    Founded:
    2003
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    What is this franchise about?

    With customers using grocery chains for all their perishable groceries, dollar stores are in a prime position to provide all household necessities.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Dollar Store Services provide everyday items all priced at one dollar. This includes cleaning supplies, personal grooming items, grocery store necessities, snack foods, party supplies, all from national, recognized brands.

    Owners of the franchise can choose to open $1, $2, or $3 dollar stores, as well as Dollar Plus or 99 cent stores.

    The Big Box Dollar Store option is amplified version of the classic store. It is like a mini-grocery store stocked with a variety of products from over 40 other departments, priced at one dollar. The inclusion of freezers and coolers allows owners to sell perishable items.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $0
    Startup Costs:
    $69,900 - $699,900
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    No Royalties
    Founded:
    1993
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    What is this franchise about?

    Unlike a typical day spa, Elements Therapeutic Massage looks to introduce massage as an immunity boosting and stress minimizing practice that people can integrate into their everyday lives.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Elements Massages therapists tailor a session to your needs.

    A client can choose from several massage options, including a deep tissue massage, sports massage, stretch massage, swedish massage, or trigger point massage.

    Clients can also pay for specialty, premium services, like couples massages, cupping therapy, herbal ritual, and integrative reflexology.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $39,000
    Startup Costs:
    $137,050 - $363,700
    Revenue Range:
    $182,318 - $1,908,341
    Royalty:
    6.0%
    Founded:
    2006
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    What is this franchise about?

    Expedia CruiseShipCenters offers the highest quality cruise franchises in the industry. Expedia CruiseShipCenters offer travelers a wide range of travel products along with outstanding services.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Expedia CruiseShipCenters is the go-to resource for customers to plan their next cruise or land vacation. Users can choose from thousands of cruise options and search based on destination, departure ports, number of guests in their party, and length of the cruise.

    They offer vacation packages as well where travel experts help customers find the best price for the destination, flights, and hotel or resort.

    Customers can choose their preferred cruise line and they have plenty of exciting excursions to look forward to.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $39,000
    Startup Costs:
    $155,850 - $275,945
    Revenue Range:
    $242,775 - $721,840
    Royalty:
    9.0%
    Founded:
    2007
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    What is this franchise about?

    Fast-Fix offers a variety of jewelry repair services that can be completed even while you shop. With an array of repair services, Fast-Fix guarantees a quality fix for all your items.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Customers are offered 10 different types of jewelry repair services: watch band adjustment, ring sizing, appraisals, watch battery replacement, mobile device repair, custom jewelry design, engraving, eyeglass frame repair, jewelry, and watch repair.

    Those repairing your jewelry offer the highest quality of service; for example with ring sizing, Fast-Fixers are so skilled at making rings larger or smaller, the customer cant even tell where it has been sized.

    The business has solutions for jewelry from all kinds of popular brand names.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $40,000
    Startup Costs:
    $97,961 - $435,090
    Revenue Range:
    $135,486 - $1,380,410
    Royalty:
    6.0%
    Founded:
    1984
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    What is this franchise about?

    With expert medical staff and more than 100,000 customers helped, Dr. Gs Weight Loss and Wellness is the premier weight loss center for patients that want to lose extra weight in a safe environment.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Dr. Gs creates a customized weight loss plan for each customer that lays out their goals to live a healthier lifestyle.

    Clients meet with their weight loss experts to discuss their unique habits and desires, as well as talk to a comprehensive medical panel about family history, background, and other factors to get a better idea of an effective plan of action.

    Following a consultation, clients can purchase cleanse plans, supplements, protein shakes, and other products to aid in weight loss.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $75,000
    Startup Costs:
    $142,700 - $222,300
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    8.0%
    Founded:
    1994
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    What is this franchise about?

    Opening back in 1985, FastSigns provides the highest quality services for your needs. Now FastSigns has more than 400 stores making banners, architectural letters, vehicle graphics, and other products.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Clients choose FastSigns to differentiate their business from their competitors with their emerging sign and graphic trends that grasps the attention of customers.

    FastSigns planners, developers, and designers handle as aspects of signage, such as installation, design, surveying and permitting, content development, shipping, storage, and project management.

    Clients can turn to FastSigns for a solution to their marketing questions. They will help you build a plan to meet your business objectives.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $49,750
    Startup Costs:
    $197,171 - $313,135
    Revenue Range:
    $613,730 (median) - $785,297 (average)
    Royalty:
    3.0% - 6.0%
    Founded:
    1986
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    What is this franchise about?

    When summer starts and the days get warmer, its time to ditch the sneakers and bring out the flip flops. After the first store opening in Boston, Flip Flop Shops has become one of the biggest flip flop and footwear retailers in the country. Prioritizing comfort and function, Flip Flop Shops provides top shoe products youll wear all summer long.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Flip Flop Shops footwear goes beyond the beach, their quality flip flops and casual footwear can be worn anywhere, any time. The retailer has a wide selection of shoes to fit your mood or style.

    Their catalog carries several, popular shoe brands, including Olukai, Birkenstock, Cobian, Crocs, Reef, and Bearpaw.

    Besides stylish shoes, Flip Flop Shops also sell excellent customer service and memorable retail experiences.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $35,000
    Startup Costs:
    $165,800 - $310,500
    Revenue Range:
    $380,716 (median) - $417,783 (average)
    Royalty:
    5.0%
    Founded:
    2004
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    What is this franchise about?

    French fries are a classic food item loved by everyone around the world, but what if there was a place that brought this salty dish to the next level? French Fry Heaven offers a wide variety of loaded french fry options that is fresh and made from scratch.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    This fun food business sells classic, Belgian-style russet potato fries, chicken tenders, loaded fries or poutines, desserts, specialty drinks, and baked potatoes customers can fill with toppings and sauces.

    From chili cheese fries to loaded pizza fries, French Fry Heaven presents myriad of ways they serve their spuds.

    Once youve tasted French Fry Heaven, youll want to come back for more. The franchise encourages customers to join their Happy Souls program to receive coupons, special discount offers, and access to their secret menu.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $25,000
    Startup Costs:
    $217,500 - $490,500
    Revenue Range:
    $124,338 - $3,633,358
    Royalty:
    6.0%
    Founded:
    2010
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    What is this franchise about?

    GNC Live Well, or General Nutrition Corporation, is among the most commonly recognized health and wellness stores in the country. It has grown from its humble beginnings in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania to having over 4,000 locations, but their promise for quality products and customer service has always stayed the same.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The products GNC sells reflects their live well motto. They offer customers a wide range of vitamins, supplements, protein, superfoods, and weight management products.

    Those who visit the online shop can search products based on their personal goals. This could be men or womens health, mental health, cardiovascular, bone support, weight management, and more.

    GNC has their own brand products and carry other household names like Beyond Raw, Ghost, MuscleTech, FitTea, BareOrganics, and hundreds more.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $20,000 - $40,000
    Startup Costs:
    $149,722 - $388,630
    Revenue Range:
    $145,416 - $2,155,524
    Royalty:
    6.0%
    Founded:
    1936
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    What is this franchise about?

    The Goddard School is an educational franchise that is currently in 37 states across the nation. The franchise aims to deliver high-quality and play-based education to broaden the minds of young students.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The Goddard School provides a unique pre-school experience through its STEAM program in a safe and nurturing environment.

    We also offer the FLEX learning program that provides a well-rounded educational experience to get kids ready for success in their future careers.

    The Goddard School also offers multiple enrichment programs at no additional cost. These programs focus on your child's individual needs.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $259,000 - $266,500
    Startup Costs:
    $697,100 - $863,600
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    7% of gross receipts
    Founded:
    1988
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    What is this franchise about?

    Anytime Fitness is a supportive gym community that offers a variety of classes and training tools for all fitness levels. Anytime Fitness is more than a gym, it's a fitness family.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Anytime Fitness strives to help members reach their fitness goals. Joining an Anytime Gym means gaining access to modern equipment and fun classes.

    The classes include personal training, team workouts, adaptive motion trainers, spinning cycles, Zumba, cardio classes body conditioning classes, and yoga.

    Other membership benefits include 24-hour access and security, anywhere gym access, health plan discounts, wellness programs, and more.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $21,000 - $42,500
    Startup Costs:
    $78,012 - $521,437
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    $449 - $699 per month
    Founded:
    2002
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    What is this franchise about?

    Big Blue Swim School makes learning how to swim a fun experience for kids. Their professional swim teachers engage with their young students and provide top-notch training; once a child gets in a Big Blue swimming pool, they wont want to get out.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The combination of Big Blues pools and stellar staff is what makes customers and their children come back for more lessons. The pools are always at a comfortable temperature and shallow so students feel safe. Big Blue offers lessons to babies as young as six months old to six years old and up.

    The pools are open, which allows swimmers an easier transition in and out of the pool. Parents can schedule all their kids lessons simultaneously, no matter what age or level.

    Weekly lessons are year-round and flexible. A customer can start or stop lessons whenever they want. The swim school tracks a childs progress so parents can see the new skills they gain at each lesson.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $75,000
    Startup Costs:
    $1,825,500 - $3,687,000
    Revenue Range:
    $612,130 - $2,232,622
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    2009
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    What is this franchise about?

    Rise Southern Biscuits sells delicious Southern-style fried chicken and biscuits. Treats and a wide variety of tasty side dishes are also sold by this franchise.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Fried chicken and biscuits are the main menu items at Rise Southern Biscuts.

    Donuts and other yummy treats are also available at Rise Southern nBiscuits at affordable prices.

    A wide variety of sided dishes, such as tater tots, fried, mac and cheese, grits, and much more are also on the menu at this franchise.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $35,000
    Startup Costs:
    $393,600 - $676,000
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    2012
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    What is this franchise about?

    For over a decade, Club Pilates has transformed fitness for millions of customers across the nation by pathing the way to a more fuller, satisfying physical existence.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Club Pilates has classes for fitness customers of any level foundation, progression, evolution, or mastery.

    Some of the classes include introduction classes, cardio Pilates, interval training, stretching, and classes for teens.

    The fitness franchise also offers personalized training sessions, as well as membership packages ranging from the most affordable, the 4-Pack, to the Passport option, which allows members to workout at any Club Pilates location.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $60,000
    Startup Costs:
    $167,967 - $280,446
    Revenue Range:
    $533,899 - $557,550
    Royalty:
    7%
    Founded:
    2007
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    What is this franchise about?

    Cycle Bar is staying on top of the current cycling trend by empowering and motivating their clients with their all-inclusive, low-impact, high-intensity indoor cycling experience.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The CycleBar Experience comprises of three key parts: CycleStars, CycleBeats, and CycleStats. CycleStars are the passionate instructors who want to improve your performance and keep you set on your fitness goals.

    CycleBeats is the businesss proprietary playlist database to help elevate your mood and overall ride. Finally, CycleStats monitors a clients progress and daily performance.

    The cycling business is passionate about giving back and they help customers set up their charity ride event.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $60,000
    Startup Costs:
    $319,150 - $497,200
    Revenue Range:
    $432,857-$616,411
    Royalty:
    7%
    Founded:
    2004
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    What is this franchise about?

    The Dunn Brothers are the coffee roastmasters. From their start in Portland, Oregon to the opening of their shop in the Twin Cities, the brothers have spent over 30 years perfecting their craft.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The Dunn Brothers sell fresh roasts in small batches, tasty brews, and warming coffee experience.

    Their coffee beans are imported from Indonesia and East Africa, as well as South and Central America. Their master roasters also believe in ethically sourcing their coffee.

    Customers can choose from a variety of specialty coffee drinks, teas, breakfast, and lunch items.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $32,500 - $37,500
    Startup Costs:
    $385,200 - $609,600
    Revenue Range:
    $175,464 - $816,205
    Royalty:
    5%
    Founded:
    1987
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    What is this franchise about?

    The family business started out in a garage fixing and selling Apple? products in their community. Today, Experimax is reaching all corners of the globe, offering customers an incredible line of certified pre-owned Apple? products.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Experimax buys and sells high-quality, refurbished Apple? laptops, desktops, mobile devices, wearables, and accessories at an unmatched value.

    Customers can come in and trade their products too. All they have to do is bring Experimax their product, get an instant offer, and collect their money.

    Experimax also repairs tablets, phones, and computers. They offer services to walk-ins, quick diagnostic assessments, and will fix vintage devices that other repair places may say are not worth fixing.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $64,500 to $92,000
    Startup Costs:
    $142,010 to $351,140
    Revenue Range:
    $144,297-$822,375
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    2009
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    What is this franchise about?

    Need a broken glass repaired and replaced? Call the Glass Doctor they specialize in affordable, efficient glass service for vehicle owners, homeowners, and business owners.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The three types of services Glass Doctor provide is auto, home, and business glass.

    For home glass, their professionals conduct window repair, shower doors, double pane windows, custom glass solutions, and emergency service.

    Auto Glass services include windshield repair, car window replacement, and auto glass care. Businesses can turn to Glass Doctor for advance measurement, industry solutions, and emergency service.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $35,000
    Startup Costs:
    $127,300 - $265,500
    Revenue Range:
    $141,459 - $3,850,237
    Royalty:
    4-7%
    Founded:
    1962
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    What is this franchise about?

    Honor Yogas mission is to provide a welcoming space to individuals of all levels. Yoga is a practice for everyone, and Honor Yoga believes in improving the mind, body, and self.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The eco-friendly studios offers a variety of classes for those who want to practice yoga. This includes classes for beginners, mixed level classes, advanced sessions, aerial, and workshops.

    Cant make it to the studio? Not to worry, Honor Yoga provides online classes so members can try out new classes on their own time, in their own space. Their unlimited yoga streaming service starts at around $11 per month.

    Members looking to escape reality and find serenity can join Honor Yoga on their retreats, where they travel to locations like The Catskill Mountains, St. John, and Bali.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $49,108
    Startup Costs:
    $199,970 - $299,608
    Revenue Range:
    $328,485 - $468,012
    Royalty:
    See FDD
    Founded:
    2013
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    What is this franchise about?

    Jon Smith Subs serves the highest quality, overstuffed, marinated grilled sirloin steak and chicken breasts sandwiches, prepared fresh every day.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    They have a wide selection of steak and chicken sub sandwich options on their menu, as well as grilled specialties and giant deli subs. The meat is sliced daily and marinated right in the store.

    Customers can customize their meals and add soups, drinks, and chips to their sandwich.

    Jon Smith sells food for people on-the-go.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $149,500 - $199,984
    Startup Costs:
    $332,500 - $637,984
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    1988
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    What is this franchise about?

    Le Macaron brings the jewel pastry of France - the macaron - to the American consumer market. Its the perfect, low-calorie, heavenly dessert for any occasion!


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The Le Macaron French Pastries shop includes an abundance of brightly colored macarons available in 20 flavors, creamy gelato, and other classic, European desserts.

    Customers can have Le Macaron run their next special event. The pastry shop provides their specialty desserts for tea parties, childrens birthday parties, graduation parties, corporate events, fundraisers, weddings, baby showers, and more.

    Franchisees can choose between opening a caf shop or mobile kiosk.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $74,500 - $126,500
    Startup Costs:
    $131,500 - $361,500
    Revenue Range:
    $130,000 - $430,146
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    2009
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    What is this franchise about?

    Maaco is one of the largest auto paint and collision repair providers in the country. Maaco helps drivers transform the car they drive into a car they love.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Maaco provides easy and affordable paint services, cosmetic car repairs, fleet services, lease turn-in, paintless dent repair, and more.

    Maaco has an insurance claims/direct repair program.

    The auto repair franchise offers customers a lifetime warranty on all structural repairs.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $40,000 - $228,000
    Startup Costs:
    $362,250 - $567,250
    Revenue Range:
    $261,254 - $4,894,175
    Royalty:
    9%
    Founded:
    1972
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    What is this franchise about?

    Take your career to new heights with Massage Heights a health and beauty franchise with licensed massage therapists provide specific, therapeutic treatments.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Massage Heights offers customers a variety of services, such as Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, reflexology and other massage techniques. The franchises Massage Heights Lifestyle Programs are customized memberships where clients receive a series of rejuvenating sessions.

    The massage therapists also administer aromatherapy and their trademarked Elevations experience. This service offers enhancements to a session, like a foot scrub or hot stone therapy.

    Facial packages are also on the Massage Heights treatment menu These include essential, clear skin, sensitive skin, and anti-aging facials.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $150,000 - $450,000
    Startup Costs:
    $478,940 - $937,224
    Revenue Range:
    See FDD
    Royalty:
    6%
    Founded:
    2004
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    What is this franchise about?

    Your vehicle can reach 200,000 and beyond with Merlins automotive repair and maintenance services. Merlins automotive has been helping customers stay on the road since 1975.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    Merlin sells customers an easy, affordable, and comprehensive vehicle longevity programs.

    The Drive for 200,000 plan allows drivers to go beyond the usual car manufacturers warranty period.

    Other services Merlin offers are preventive maintenance, brake service,oil changes, tire services, and more.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $30,000
    Startup Costs:
    $236,200 - $398,000
    Revenue Range:
    $500,000 - $1,500,000+
    Royalty:
    6.9%
    Founded:
    1975
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    What is this franchise about?

    Monster Tree Services provides year-round tree care for residential and commercial clients. The franchises crew takes care of each property like it was their own, and leaves it looking better and healthier than before.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    The tree service business provides customers with tree removal, pruning, land clearing, stump grinding, plant care, and other services.

    The Monster Tree approach is offering clients professional, on-time service, quick response, providing emergency appointments, and practicing in an eco-friendly, convenient way.

    After removing trees, Monster Tree offers to replace them if necessary. Their Certified Arborists transplant trees effectively and safely.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $49,500
    Startup Costs:
    $358,574 - $484,670
    Revenue Range:
    $515,125 - $1,516,392
    Royalty:
    6.5%
    Founded:
    2008
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    What is this franchise about?

    Founded by salon owners, My Salon Suite has created a thriving and connected community through health and beauty services for 75 years. Each client will walk out of a salon feeling confident, beautiful, and well taken care of.


    What does it sell and how is money made?

    My Salon Suites team provides clients with hair-styling services, nail treatments, and massage therapy.

    Each suite is appointed high-end luxury amenities and top-of-the-line salon equipment, so customers can expect quality results.

    Franchisees can sell whatever products they choose and keep the profits.

    Initial Franchise Fee:
    $50,000
    Startup Costs:
    $582,164 - $1,479,827
    Revenue Range:
    $291,978 - $446,570
    Royalty:
    5.5%
    Founded:
    2010
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    High Capital Franchise Opportunities

    High capital franchise opportunities typically offer high-profit margins and high sales. Generally, franchises are thought of as high capital when initial investments exceed $250,000 for a single unit, though some of these may breach the $1,000,000 mark in initial investment costs. High capital franchises account for 50% of all retail sales in the U.S.

    These capital intensive franchises exist across a broad spectrum of industries, including travel, food, fitness, automotive, and more. High capital franchises are often purchased in sets of multiple units by a consolidation of several partners.

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    High capital franchise opportunities typically offer high-profit margins and high sales

    Generally, franchises are thought of as high capital when initial investments exceed $250,000 for a single unit, though some of these may breach the $1,000,000 mark in initial investment costs

    High capital franchises account for 50% of all retail sales in the U.S.

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