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Franchise Profile — Culver's
Culver's quick service restaurants' best-known products include ButterBurgers and frozen custart desserts. Chicken dinners, soups, salads, and 45 other items round out the menu. Culver's has currently has 285 restaurants.
Franchisees are expected to have an owner/operator philosophy commensurate with Culver's, personally managing and operating their restaurant full-time. Franchisees must also maintain a minimum 50% ownership in the business entity or 25% in both the business and real estate.
A minimum of $250,000 to $400,000 in liquid assets is required to qualify for a franchise. Liquid assets do not include real estate (including home), automobiles, personal effects, or borrowed funds.
As to territories, the company will consider granting a franchise in areas with over 10,000 people and 10,000 jobs within a 3-mile radius of a proposed site. The ideal site should be a place people pass on their way to work, school, shopping, or recreation, with roads around your site allowing guests adequate decision making time, visibility, and a speed limit of 35 mph or less.
Franchisees receive extensive initial training as well as ongoing management training opportunities. On-site training, purchasing and marketing assistance are also provided.
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