Looking for a unique franchise to add to your portfolio? Farm Stores is the first drive-thru convenience store in the U.S. The typical customers are moms and their families. The brand sells bakery goods, fresh squeezed orange juice, grocery items, cookies, milk, and more. Franchisees benefit from the business' lost cost model, efficiency and uniqueness. There truly is nothing like it in the country. The construction model is unique because the brand converts construction containers into buildings. When a franchisee signs a franchise agreement, a store is already available for them in development. The franchise system consists of an area representative, who is an investor in a territory and acts as an agent for the franchisor. The onboarding process comes as soon as the site is selected. Franchisees also go through an initial training program so they are prepared when the business opens. The brand is looking for passionate entrepreneurs across the U.S. to bring the concept to their neighborhoods. Single Unit, Multi-Unit, and Area Development opportunities are available.
In terms of the initial investment, it ranges between $230,000 - $571,700, which includes a one-time initial franchise fee of $25,000. Royalty fees of 6% of gross sales. To incentivize veteran ownership, military personnel receive 20% of the initial franchise fee for the first location. In addition to baked goods and groceries, there is also a cafe that offers everything from milkshakes to lattes. Franchisees benefit from an exclusive territory. This decreases your competition because you'll be the only representative of the c-store brand in you local area.