Last Revised: 9/4/19. Posting #: 250558
Key Words: edible arrangements, fast food, franchise, solano, absentee
Financial Info: Price: $195,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: $102,548. Annual Revenues: $576,288.
Profile: Location! Location! Location! It gets easy to grow your business in a nicer location especially when you are not paying landlord a lot of rent. This turnkey Edible Arrangements store is so well established producing revenues of $576,000 plus with annual profit to the owners of $102,550. Owners are 100% absentee operating with a team of 3 full-time and 5 part-time employees. Store size is 1,446 sq. ft., situated beautifully in the middle of nationally recognized tenants like Home Goods, Old Navy, Panera Bread, Rubio's, Peet's Coffee and more.
Edible Arrangements (EA) is a global franchise business with over 1,300 stores within US and other countries. Owners who feel passionate, creative and dedicated to providing a good customer service experience can certainly enjoy business growth when you are buying a turnkey well established location in a nice affluent community. EA is about bringing fresh fruit treats to consumers for delicious experience on all occasions especially holidays and family events. You can serve Edible Chocolate covered fresh fruit with array of toppings making it a perfect gift to a friend, or a business partner, your boss, or flourishing love among your acquaintance. Edible to go products including fresh fruit smoothies, fruits salads and individual treats provides you opportunity to serve walk-in everyday traffic to your store. Most importantly and a highly profitable product is the Edible Corporate Gifts and packages for small businesses client, corporations, banquet hall events in hotels, schools, charity organizations and endless means to grab business on wheels and this location includes a well equipped customized and refrigerated van serving customers in the community. Owners will train and transition you to connect with existing clientele and you can do more of the same with social media exposure and additional marketing effort.
Franchisor will provide 2 weeks of training to the new owners and therefore no prior experience needed. You would be happy that you picked the right location to invest and get a good start to profit year over year and have good resale value when you want to exit. You could be owner operator or semi-absentee owners or hands off investor as long as you are a good manager to motivate your team to bring in revenues and growth to your business. It is one of the easy franchise you can own, and needless to mention, a quite profitable business model. Add.'l fees.
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