June 28, 2017  
 
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Franchise Profile — Big Boy Restaurants International LLC

Big Boy Restaurants offer their famous hamburgers, plus a full-service family restaurant and bakery, a breakfast bar and a soup, salad, and fruit bar. The Big Boy logo and jovial figure are a well-recognized brand.
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The first Big Boy began as Bob's Pantry 65 years ago when Bob Wian sold his car for $350.00 to open a small restaurant. An orchestra and a chubby child play big parts in the rest of the story, which you can read on their website.

Running a Big Boy franchise takes entrepreneurial drive and commitment, prior restaurant experience preferred. It also takes a minimum of $750,000 met work and available investment equity of $450,000 per location. Multi-unit development operations are available in certain areas.

It takes 12-18 months minimum to open a Big Boy franchise. Franchise agreements are granted for 20 years, with an initial franchise fee of $40,000. Royalty fees are 4% of gross sales and marketing fees are 3% of gross sales.

Both as a new franchisee and as an old hand at the business, Big Boy offers continuing support and training in all aspects of operation, sales, and marketing.

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