Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine 2013 Buyer's Guide - Page 36

MULTI-UNIT Buyer’s Guide FOOD Demographics • Strong residential populations  • Drive-thru • Minimum 20,000 ADT OPPORTUNITY Description •  uperior real S estate positioning Dunkin’ Donuts, America’s favorite every day, all-day stop for coffee and baked goods, continues to implement a steady and strategic growth plan to increase its franchised locations across the U.S. To ensure this success, the company has extensive franchisee programs including brand training, franchisee business management and human resources. Franchisees are supported by an experienced field team including field marketing, development and operations. • Morning drive side Fast Franchise Facts Rankings Royalty Fee (per unit): 5.9% #1 in Customer Loyalty by Brand Keys for seven years; rated by Entrepreneur Magazine as #1 in Coffee Category. SITE LOCATION Assistance • Strong vehicular visibility • Prototypical signage •  imited obstructions that L may impact customer reaction time Franchising Since: 1955 Multi-Unit Franchisee Operating Units: 95% Total Franchise Operating Units: 10,479 Capital Investment: $310,250 to $1,771,300 (cost estimates are based on per end cap restaurant Franchise Fee (per unit): $40,000 to $80,000 (varies by market) Advertising Fee (per unit): 5% Earnings Claims: Yes Build-Out Options: Free-Standing Stores, End Caps, In-Line Sites, Gas and Convenience and Non-traditional Locations Available Territories: Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern, LA, OK, TN, UT, TX , CO, WV, CA, KS, NC, NC, MI (Visit website for available markets) Dunkin’ Donuts team works with franchisees to effectively navigate through the many challenges of site selection and development. Contact Pamela Gore Sr. Manager, Franchise Recruitment (781) 737-3432 dunkinfranchising 31 MULTI-UNIT BUYER’S GUIDE 2013 •  inimum of one parking M space per table with a min. of 18 seats •  ption for 24 O hour operations Qualifications Franchising opportunities range from one unit to multiunit store development agreements. Ideally, franchisees should possess a minimum net worth of $500,000 and liquid assets of at least $250,000 per unit which will vary based on the opportunity available by market. Management teams should possess prior restaurant and/or foodservice operations experience.