The Alamo Drafthouse has offered a unique combination of cinema and dining since 1997.
Franchise Profile — Alamo Drafthouse
Hand-crafted beer and first run movies make Alamo Drafthouse a successful business model.
From art films to the latest hits are shown on one to eight screens. A full menu and wait staff make this a quality dining experience.
The Alamo Drafthouse caters specifically to the 18 and over crowd. No children under the age of six are permitted in the theater.
A typical investment for an Alamo drafthouse ranges anywhere from 1.45 million to 7.25 million dollars, and requires an initial franchise fee of $75,000. In two years the gross sales totaled at 5.8 million dollars.
The franchise is best suited for those who are coming from a management background and have had experience in the restaurant industry. A franchisee will receive extensive training in pricing, marking and sales. Your management team will get on the job training which will show you the ropes of running your business successfully.
If you are an experienced business person looking for a great business model, check out Alamo Drafthouse today!
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