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What are the minimum financial requirements to qualify as a Juice It Up! franchisee?
A minimum net worth of $300,000 with at least $100,000 liquid.
How much does it cost to become a Juice It Up! franchisee?
Costs vary greatly due to the store size, age of the building and regional restrictions. If you would like a more comprehensive breakdown, please see the Estimated Initial Investment.
Does Juice It Up! offer financing?
Juice It Up! has partnered with The Finance Store, a full service franchise financing firm, to help franchise candidates as well as existing franchisees understand their financing options and explore financing solutions, whether starting a new business, adding equipment, upgrading an existing store, or building a credit line for their business. https://financestore.com/juiceitup
Additionally, we are approved for the SBA’s Franchise Registry. This means our franchise candidates (as well as existing franchisees) can enjoy the benefits of a streamlined review process for their SBA (The Small Business Administration) loan applications. Visit www.franchiseregistry.com for more information.
How much money can I expect make?
Juice it Up! does not predict sales or profits for any locations. Profitability will depend considerably upon the franchisees ability to manage the day-to-day operations and finances as well as factors specific to each location such as occupancy, costs, labor costs and the potential for sales.
What is the Juice It Up! franchise fee?
The franchise fee is $25,000 per unit, for a traditional unit. We offer a $10,000 reduction on the initial fee for qualified Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. Additionally, we promoting multi-unit franchise growth with our incentive given to anyone that wants to open 3+ stores in their market.
What are the royalty and marketing fees?
Six (6%) percent of your gross sales. An additional two (2%) percent fee is collected for Marketing and Advertising, specifically to build the Juice It Up! brand.
What is the typical store size?
The traditional store size varies from 1000 – 1500 square feet. We also offer a food court or kiosk concept for non-traditional venues that requires as little as 180 to 500 square feet (plus remote storage space).
How do I select my Juice It Up! store site?
You are responsible for finding a location that meets the site criteria of Juice it Up!. We do work closely with several regional real estate brokers and will assist you in selecting your location.
When can I expect to be profitable?
It varies by location and market as well as franchisee management. As in any business, we cannot predict earnings or profitability (based on Federal Trade Commission regulations).
How involved am I in the development and construction of my new Juice It Up! store?
You will work closely with our Franchise Project Managers who will guide you in selecting architects, designers, contractors and equipment vendors. Juice it Up! will keep in close contact so that we can check the progress in the developing location.
May I purchase or build multiple locations?
Yes! We encourage potential franchisees to own and operate multiple locations.
What type of training do you offer?
We offer a comprehensive Franchise Training Program consisting of an Orientation, Initial Franchise Training (pre-store start up), and “On The Job” Training, including a complete set of training manuals.
Once my location is up and running, what kind of support can I expect to receive?
Our Corporate Team is in place to provide you with the required assistance.
Disclaimer: This website and its franchise sales information does not constitute an offer to sell a franchise. That offer can only be made through the delivery of a FDD (Franchise Disclosure Document). Certain states require registration of the franchise offering circular in those states. Juice It Up! is not directing this web communication to residents of the following states Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Virginia, Washington or Wisconsin. No offer or attempt to sell franchises in these states will be made until registration has taken place (or an applicable exemption from registration is secured), and the franchise offering circular has been delivered to the prospective franchisee and complies with applicable law.
I traveled all over the world in the military and wanted to own a business someday. When I tasted Juice It Up smoothies, it was the best smoothies I have ever tasted. When the opportunity came to buy one I didn’t hesitate. Willie Smith, franchisee in Temecula, CA