Dollar stores are this millennium's version of the "five and dime" of yesteryear. This company specializes in quality merchandise, organized displays and customer satisfaction approach to the business.
Inactive Franchise Profile — Just-A-Buck
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Just-A-Buck Licensing, Inc., headquartered in Goshen, New York, support a chain of franchised and company-owned dollar stores with locations throughout the eastern United States.
While many dollar stores have closed, Just-A-Buck is growing. Why? Merchandising, display, and the fact that so many of their stores are owned by franchisees eager to make their businesses grow. Through the years, Just-A-Buck has controlled its growth. They are just the right size - large enough for volume discounts, yet small enough to purchase smaller lot sizes, which often contain items of the greatest value.
Just-A-Buck offers franchisees a proven successful method of operations. They take care of many of the details so you can concentrate on running your store and building your business.
Their franchise package is like a road map. It shows you the steps that can start you on the road to success right away.
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