Farm Stores Franchise Opportunities
Farm Stores is America’s largest and original drive-thru grocery store. It provides a unique neighborhood experience. The company offers all your favorite grocery brands in addition to products you won’t find anywhere else, and brings it all directly to your car. Farm Stores started franchising in Florida in 2015, and now have 28 operating franchise locations.
How to open a Farm Stores franchise?
- Ensure you have adequate capitalization.
In order to open a Farm Stores franchise, you must have a net worth of more than $128,000.
- Appreciate the investment required for a grocery store franchise.
You will need to consider building and signs costs, the costs of licenses and permits, the cost of uniforms, the cost of insurance, etc.
- Evaluate your prior experience and strengths.
You should thoroughly evaluate your prior business experience before applying to become a Farm Stores franchise owner.
- Assess market availability.
You will want to look at the market availability for Farm Stores franchises and see if there are available markets in your location of interest before proceeding with the franchising application.
- Submit your application.
Your application will be reviewed by the Farm Stores franchise team. You will be emailed a confirmation receipt upon reception of your online application, where we will additionally provide the contact details of the franchise owner.
- Receive approval & opening your Farm Stores franchise.
You will receive franchise approval once your financial and background checks are completed. Approval will only be given to candidates who meet all the requirements of franchise owners.
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How much does Farm Stores franchise cost?
Farm Stores has the franchise fee of up to $25,000, with total initial investment range of $128,501 to $213,2000.
Initial Investment: $128,501 - $213,200
Net-worth Requirement: $15,000 - $25,000
Liquid Cash Requirement: $15,000 - $25,000
Initial Franchise Fee: $25,000
Ongoing Royalty Fee: 5%
Ad Royalty Fee: 1%
On-The-Job Training: 18 hours
Classroom Training: 40 hours
Number of Employees Required to Run: 5
Farm Stores Franchise Info: http://www.farmstores.com/franchise/
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