Andy's Frozen Custard Franchising, L.L.C.
If you're a little different than your average bear, this franchise of desserts that's a little different than your average ice-cream could be just the franchise for you.
Franchise Profile — Andy's Frozen Custard Franchising, L.L.C.
Andy's Frozen Custard serves a dessert thicker than ice-cream, silkier than frozen yogurt, and more flavorful than either of them. Andy's also offers traditional desserts (banana split), old-fashioned fare such as malts, plus a smorgasbord of candy and treats to sprinkle on top of your frozen custard.
The initial franchise fee is $32,000, and prior restaurant or franchise experience is not required. There are weekly royalties equal to 6% (5% after $1 million in sales), 1% of gross revenue toward a corporate-wide Advertising and Development Fund, and franchises are expected to pony up another 3% of revenue on their own local marketing efforts.
New franchisees get eight weeks of training. The term of an initial franchise agreement with Andy's Frozen Custard is ten years, with two subsequent successor options of five years each.
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