Kilwin's Mackinac Fudge
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Franchise Profile — Kilwin's Mackinac Fudge
As a Kilwin's franchisee, you can give people old-fashioned enjoyment and some delicious sweets. Their confectionery shoppes are one-of-a-kind -- part of America's old-fashioned heritage.
When you partner with Kilwin's, you tap into an amazingly high level of support. Their staff will design the store based on your site's specific business environment and customer base. Planning includes store layout and design as well as product mix tailored to your market and merchandising needs.
They will train you step by step to operate efficiently. The Kilwin's Operations/Policy Manual will simplify the elements of store management by providing answers to your daily operational questions. Of course, if you need help they're always just a phone call away.Interested in this franchise opportunity? Contact Kilwin's today!
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