Last Revised: 9/10/19. Posting #: 251718
Key Words: cafe, pizza, pizzeria, franchise, shakeys, san bernardino, inland empire
Financial Info: Price: $1,200,000. Down: $20%-30%. Adjusted Net: $409,400. Annual Revenues: $1,661,700.
Profile: Rare opportunity to acquire a very attractive, high gross profit, high net, high visibility, Shakey's Pizza Parlor franchised location.
This business establishment with a large dining area and ample seating capacity attracts patrons for a quick business lunch to a fun filled night out with friends and family.
Upon arrival, this establishment pampers its guests with a large selection of draft beers on tap, a mouthwatering menu, multiple flat screen televisions, large arcade game room, providing an enjoyable entertainment atmosphere for the entire family.
As the original Pizza restaurant franchise with over 60 years of brand history, Shakey's Pizza has more than 60 restaurants in the U.S., Canada and Mexico and more than 200 locations internationally.
When you join the Shakey's family you'll get a franchise support team with over 100 combined years of restaurant and franchise management experience. Throughout the franchise relationship the Shakey's team provides ongoing guidance, assistance and hands-on support.
Very attractive establishment with Beer & Wine, High Gross Profit, High Net, this Shakey's presents a great acquisition opportunity.
Please note, that his business is being offered under confidentiality, therefore no additional information will be released prior to an executed confidentiality agreement, kindly email business broker via this site to request an NDA.
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