A fast-casual brand to consider is Savannah Seafood Shack. The brand specializes in Southern Country Low Broil and puts a twist on the meal by serving it as a single-person portion bag with the option of having peeled and deveined shrimp. Founder and CEO Christine Tsoi Cutlip is a first-generation Chinese American raised in Savannah who drew inspiration for Savannah Seafood Shack from the fresh seafood markets her family owned. Savannah Seafood Shack makes seafood more accessible. As a franchise owner, you preferably have operational experience in the restaurant business and meet the minimum financial requirements. Qualified candidates have a net worth of $1 million; $500K liquid capital; and are ready to begin development within the next 9-12 months in a major U.S. area.
You'll also be provided with great support and training. In terms of support and training, franchisees get real estate and site selection assistance; store build-out and construction support; training systems; operational support; recipe and menu development; marketing and brand building assistance; vendor and equipment selection; and pre-opening and grand opening support. The franchise fee is $35,000. The brand also has a muti-unit development fee, which is $35,000 franchise fee 1-3 units, with a 50% deposit each additional unit. The initial investment is $283,400 – $804,600, and royalty fee are 6%. Savannah Seafood Shack is seeking franchisees who are focused on exceptional operations and customer service and looking to build multi-unit franchise territories. Savannah Seafood Shack is franchise brand under the Fransmart umbrella along with The Halal Guys, Slapfish, Curry Up Now, GLO30, Duff's Cakemix, Taffer's Tavern, nomoo, PayMore, and JARS.