Last Revised: 9/4/19. Posting #: 250532
Key Words: edible arrangements, franchise, fast food, alameda, absentee
Financial Info: Price: $423,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: $178,060. Annual Revenues: $720,598. Location costs is less than 7% of annual sales. All you need is financial strength to qualify for purchase.
Profile: Absolutely stunning location situated in a city on the east shore of San Francisco Bay in northern Alameda County, California. This affluent community provides ample opportunity for growth and a quick sure return of your investment. Buy yourself a turnkey franchised store that is producing huge annual profit of $178,000 for current absentee owners bringing in annual sales of $720,000 in 2018. Location costs is less than 7% of annual sales means all the money you save on rent contributes to your profit dollars. This is an Edible Arrangements privately owned store serving walk in customers as well as providing door to door delivery using a customized service van up-fitted with refrigeration unit & fully wrapped with the EA images, logos, and pictures pretty nice.
Owners have operated it since 2010 and have been happiest investor since growing into multiple units' operation. This location has been the flagship store with highest sales and profits year over year. This store has a well trained team that consists of 3 full-time and 3 part-time employees. Open for business like 69 hours a week. Super nice cruise control operation by the owners. Corporate will provide 2 weeks of training at their university and current owners are committed to provide additional transitional training upon close of escrow. You need not be experienced to own it. All you need is financial strength to qualify for purchase and self-driven to motivate the team and grow rich together.
Edible Arrangements brings in revenues from essentially 4 business segments floral bouquet of fresh fruit treats, Edible Chocolate Covered fresh fruit treats, Edible to go products like fresh fruit smoothies, Froyo Fruit Blends, Fruit Parfaits, Fruit Salads, and more, and most profitable Edible Corporate Gifts solutions for businesses, corporations, School fundraisers, Charity organizations and endless outside sales avenues that has no upside limits. Franchise market recognition is exceptional and has earned reputation as a powerful global brand with over 1,300 stores in multiple international markets.
Do not procrastinate to fill out NDA, as good, highly profitable store is hard to find in your search for the right business.
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