Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
What kid doesn't dream of owning a chocolate store? What adult doesn't hope to own a dream store? From fudge-making demonstrations to worldwide stores, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is a caramel-coated franchise opportunity.
Franchise Profile — Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory sells chocolate, candy, fudge, old-fashioned caramel apples, and hand-made chocolates. In addition, Rocky Mountain stores are known for their fudge-making demonstrations.
Rocky Mountain has over 20 years experience in both chocolate candy making and operations and marketing, making it an ideal family business with opportunities for single- and mutli-unit expansion.
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory was started in the small town of Durango, Colorado by Frain Crail. The store on Main Street still stands, but now there's also a 53,000 square foot chocolate factory on the town's outskirts which supplies the hundreds of franchised stores throughout the U.S. and abroad.
Factory outlet malls, tourist-oriented retail areas, ski resorts, neighborhood centers, specialty retail centers, and regional malls (both inline and kiosk) are all potential opportunties for a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory franchise.
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