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Carvel Corporation

We all scream for ice cream! Own your very own Carvel ice cream store franchise. Here's some information to help you get started.

Franchise Profile — Carvel Corporation

Carvel, a retail frozen dessert operation, was founded in 1934 when Tom Carvel borrowed $15 from his future wife Agnes, filled an old vending truck with ice cream, and drove off in search of the American dream.

Today Carvel ice cream is ranked #1 for ice cream name recognition in core markets and in the ice cream cake market, ranking nearly 65% percentage points higher than its closest competition.

Carvel operates frachise locations in a diversity of foodservice outlets including stadiums, arenas, airports, and turnpikes. The company is seeking out highly-motivated individuals for franchise opportunities.

Franchise fees range from $15,000 to $30,000 and there are minimum liquid cash and net worth requirements to qualify. Carvel provides franchisees with a full range of support to help your store become an integral and prospering part of your local community.

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