Last Revised: 9/13/19. Posting #: 251440
Key Words: yogurt, frozen yogurt, fast food, dessert, placer, absentee
Financial Info: Two Shops. Price: $269,000. Down: Call. Combined Adjusted Net: $83,882. Combined Annual Revenues: $407,000. Shop One: Total Rent: approximately $2,924/month. Shop Two: Total Rent: approximately $3,380/month.
Profile: We are pleased to offer this package of 2 Popular Frozen Yogurt Shops in Placer County.
The owner has set these locations up to run semi-absentee with a full staff in each shop so the next owner could work part-time while overseeing these or increase profits by being more hands-on. The stores set up as self-service with contemporary design, Taylor Frozen Yogurt Machines, candy bins, topping warmers and everything you need. The equipment includes a complete mobile set up for off-site event catering as well.
Location is everything with frozen yogurt shops and these two are in great spots! The owner chose busy retail centers in areas with high foot traffic and good visibility but also with reasonable rents for the area.
This first Shop has Total Rent of approximately $2,924/month and it is approximately 900 sq. ft. with seating for about 18 + 8 or so outside.
The second Shop is approximately 1,365 sq. ft. with Total Rent approximately $3,380/month and seating for about 20 + about 4 outside.
These locations have a strong brand awareness and reputation with loyal customers. The sale includes an established marketing platform with over 2,000+ fans! The shops Combined 2018 Gross Sales were approximately $407K!
Please complete the NDA for full financial package and details.
The owners have a new business opportunity that requires their full-time attention and resources, so the time has come to sell. This could be a great business for family or someone looking for a turn-key operation with flexible hours. The concept is set up with recipes, employee procedures and marketing that could be duplicated in other locations if the next owner wanted to expand.
Interested? Please request a Confidentiality Agreement/NDA form to get started. Once we receive your Confidentiality Agreement, we will send you information with the addresses and other details.
This is a Confidential Listing so please Do Not Disturb the businesses. Tours are by appointment only.
We look forward to talking with you about this exciting opportunity.
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