How Much Money Can I Make?
The FTC’s Franchise Rule permits a franchisor to provide information about the actual or potential financial performance of its franchised and/or franchisor-owned outlets, if there is a reasonable basis for the information, and if the information is included in the disclosure document.
As of December 25, 2016, we had 87 stores open in the U.S. These 87 stores were composed of 70 “traditional” stores (in-line or free standing open 7 days per week) and 17 “non-traditional” stores (downtown, mall, or other location open less than 7 days per week). Of the 70 traditional stores, 67 were operational for the full year. In our Franchise Information Report, we provide charts that cover only those 70 traditional restaurants that were in operation for the entire year.
The information in the charts provided in the Franchise Information Report was prepared from sales information provided to us by franchisees. The franchisees’ sales information is not audited. You should consider that this information gives no weight to specific locations, types of operators, investment cost, or market conditions. Sales may differ widely from one location to another, without respect to their geographic region. You must make your own investigation into the likely sales and costs in your specific location and region.
A prospective franchisee who is purchasing the assets of an existing restaurant should review the actual financial results of the store(s) being purchased. Prospective franchisees for non-traditional stores should not rely on the figures below, as that type of store may experience different results.
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