Bring a piece of New York to your area with Frats Ices' famous ravioli, pasta, and Italian Ice.
Inactive Franchise Profile — Frats Ices
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Frats Ices was opened in the summer of 2003. Frats Ices was developed to begin a new chapter in the history of its parent company, Fratelli Ravioli, a New York specialty ravioli & pasta company.
Frats simply are Fratelli Ravioli's famous fried ravioli. Frats Ices also have delicious Italian ices. Their family has passed recipes down for generations that they've enjoy around the table.
As a franchisee you must be very comfortable with personnel management, marketing, financial management, and business development. Plus, you should have strong communication, motivation, and a desire to offer customer service reminiscent of "mom & pop" operations of yesteryear. For the right person owning a Frats Ices shop can be an extremely rewarding business opportunity.
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