ampm Mini Market
Convenience stores might be everywhere, but they all still make money. If you live in California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon or Washington, check out this information on ampm.
Franchise Profile — ampm Mini Market
ampm is a leader in convenience stores, is often attached to ARCO gasoline stations. Both ARCO and ampm are BP company brands.
Franchises are not available in Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia and Wisconsin.
ampm franchises are available in Franchises are currently available in five Western states including: California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Washington states.
ampm franchisee support includes site evaluation and selection, sales planning, store security, marketing research, advice on product mix, and more. New franchisees attend a seven-week training program featuring interactive CD-ROM lessons, in-class sessions with professional trainers, and hands-on experience in an ampm facility.
$400,000 - $600,000 in liquid investment capital is required to become a franchisee. Financial assistance is potentially available, depending upon qualifications.
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