Auntie Anne's Hand-Rolled Soft Pretzels
Can you beat the chance to own a widespread franchise AND going to Pretzel University? Auntie Anne's thinks not.
Franchise Profile — Auntie Anne's Hand-Rolled Soft Pretzels
Auntie Anne's fresh, hand-rolled soft pretzels come in flavors and dips ffrom salty to savory to tangy to tart. An equal variety of drinks is sold too, from pop to coffee to smoothies to lemonade.
Auntie Anne's 850 stores are found across the U.S. and internationally.
New franchisees are not required to have previous business experience. Market opportunities in the U.S. include traditional Auntie Anne's locations, such as shopping malls, as well as non-traditional locations like train stations, airports, universities, stadiums, and outlet centers.
International franchisees must have the ability to secure funds of $1-$2 million U.S. dollars to be considered. England is under development and needs franchising leadership.
In addition to going to Pretzel University, franchisees have ongoing support from Auntie Anne's headquarters. While specific territories are not necessarily guaranteed, franchisees are awarded franchise rights for specific store locations. U.S. franchisees need between $192,550 - $342,000, with the ability to secure funds up of up to $325,000. There is a 6% royalty fee in addition to a 1% marketing cut.
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