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Inactive Franchise Profile — Desert Moon
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Desert Moon, inspired by the cuisine of Arizona, New Mexico and Southern California has developed itself as a Fresh Mexican/Southwestern fast casual concept. The result is a product that is unique in the fast-food venue, extremely flavorful and sought after by quality driven consumers.
Now, you can own your own Desert Moon franchise. The initial franchise fee is $25,000 for the first outlet and $25,000 for each one thereafter. The minimum investment ranges from $60,000 to $100,000 depending on the total "turnkey" cost. The total estimated "turnkey" investment ranges from $219,500 to $300,000.
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