Squeeze In is graded based on our most recent FDD research!
The franchise offered is a restaurant that serves a high quality breakfast and lunch in a fun, friendly environment where you can choose from a varied menu that includes 60 specialty omelettes, mimosas or a great Bloody Mary.
Squeeze In has an initial franchise fee of up to $40,000, with a overall initial investment range of $217,800 to $559,500.
The initial cost of any franchised business includes multiple fees. Explore this franchise opportunity to better understand the initial costs required to own a Squeeze In, such as territory fees, leasehold improvement costs, pre-opening marketing, and furniture and fixtures purchases. As a reminder, franchisors are required to provide you with details about all upfront fees. These fees include those that are actually paid when signing the franchise agreement and commitments to fees you are required to pay. Another important consideration to review is whether the initial fees are refundable to you or not. The franchise system must disclose what conditions any of the initial fees are refundable. A franchise must also provide details of a range of fees if its upfront fees are not uniform within the system. A careful review of the Item 5 upfront fees will give you the answers needed to make a buying decision a Squeeze In.
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As with any new business, there should be a strong ROI and profit potential. The specific franchisee's income and the profits from a Squeeze In business will depend on many factors. One way to check on the potential revenues or profits earned from a Squeeze In franchise investment is to analzye the franchisor's Item 19 within their Franchise Disclosure Document. This is called an earnings claim. This is not required within a franchisor's disclosure and approximately 68% of all franchisors that we research and study will disclose financial performance data within Item 19 of their FDD. Some franchisors may provide limited information such as overall systemwide sales. This type of financial disclosure is not always helpful to determine profits for you directly. So review systemwide sales data with caution. As a general rule, typically earnings and owner's salary are equitable to the overall size of the upfront investment. The larger the initial investment, the higher profits you should expect to see
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As of the 2020 Franchise Disclosure Document, there are 5 franchised Squeeze In locations throughout the USA.
Did you know there are over 3,000 franchise opportunities across the United States. More than 80% have less than 10 locations.
Based on 2020 FDD information, Squeeze In has franchised locations in 3 states.
Based on our research this franchise is expanding into new regions and might be available near you. While planning your franchise purchase, you always need to be considering what is a good location for my business. Anlayze the potential customer base to confirm that your city has a need or want for this brand.
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Last Reviewed: 2020
Sector: Full-Service Restaurants
Category: Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch
Yes, they have an initial training program of 41 hours. This includes 21 hours of classroom training, 20 hours of on-the-job training, and 0 hours of online training. In their FDD they outline who's in charge of the training. Unlock to find out more.
Squeeze In offers territory protections. For an explanation of territorial rights, unlock this franchise opportunity for important details.
Yes, Squeeze In offers comprehensive support for franchisees. Unlock this franchise to find out more.
They began franchising in 2014. The average Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch franchise began franchising in 2005.
No, but you can click here to fill out our affordability calculator and understand your financing options.