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Refreshing disclosure of performance

Bahama Buck’s provides a nice sales and costs on their web site. I wish all franchisors provided more transparency likes this:

https://bahamabucks.com/franchise/index.html#process (scroll down to “The Numbers”):


…and gaining. Despite a sluggish economy, Bahama Buck’s average store sales have increased 101.95% since 2008. We’ve got something people crave and we’re the absolute best at it.


Impressed? So are our competitors. Simple, focused inventory allows us to enjoy the lowest food and paper cost in the industry. Now that’s impressive.


Dare to compare. Clearly one of the highest profit margins in the frozen dessert industry. In fact, it’s nearly twice as high as the QSR industry.

Please Note: The averages are based on a 52-week annual period from January through December 2016 as published in Item 19 of our 2017 Federal Disclosure Document. Average Unit Sales Volume for stores in the top 25% is $621,736; stores in the top 50% is $537,410; stores in the top 75% is $481,202; and all stores combined is $424,170. *The audited corporate locations do not pay the 6% Royalty Fee, but the value has been included in the expenses to reach the posted 21.13% average net profit (Corporate locations average net profit were 27.13%). Other financial performance representations are contained in Item 19 of the Franchise Disclosure Document. A new franchisee’s results may differ from the above represented performance. There is no assurance that you will do as well and you must accept that risk.

*This is not an offer to sell you a franchise. An offering is made by prospectus only in the form of a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).



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