Last Revised: 9/4/19. Posting #: 250534
Key Words: edible arrangements, franchise, alameda, absentee
Financial Info: Price: $120,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: $73,186. Annual Revenues: $488,774. New owners can certainly contribute to store performance improvements such as optimizing social media exposure, additionally marketing effort within the community, better customer experience, and on site owners presence t
Profile: Own an Edible Arrangements - a franchised store built and operated by same owners since August 2014. Owners are absentee and have fully trained team of 3 full-time and 4 part-time employees. Store has 1,105 sq. ft. of space nicely situated in a shopping center anchored by Food Source and Fitness 19. Very visible with plenty of parking this location offers low rent and good lease terms.
A perfect opportunity for owner operator or someone wanting to add a location to be a multiple unit operator is a good investment. This store has generated $488,774 revenues last year with cash flow profit of $73,000. New owners can certainly contribute to store performance improvements such as optimizing social media exposure, additionally marketing effort within the community, better customer experience, and on site owners presence to improve on operational efficiency.
Asking price is a bargain deal giving you two and half years to recover your investment. Franchisor offers 2 weeks of training. Edible arrangements has globally earned brand recognition. It is about passion, creativity and dedication of each team member to providing the ultimate customer service experience. Edible arrangement franchise model is well diversified in bringing revenues from four different resources: Floral bouquet of fresh fruit treats for holidays and special occasions, Chocolate covered fresh fruit with array of toppings makes a better gifts, and Edible to go offers fresh fruit smoothies, Froyo Fruit Blends, Fruit Parfaits, Fruit Salads, etc and the last category is Edible Corporate Gifts - for small businesses, corporations, schools, charity organizations and more. In other words - franchise offer exceptional products for your to go make an outside sales pitch to grab business on wheels for door to door delivery besides the retail at the store location for walk in customers that you do.
Sellers are very organized to provide you clean books and records for you to do your due diligence - Low rent - good lease terms and more importantly a great location. You would be happy to invest on this opportunity - very nicely organized. A customized Van (i.e. leased) fully equipped with refrigerated unit is included in the sale. Add.'l fees. No prior experience needed.
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