Franchise List (M to Z)

Franchise List (M to Z)

From the upcoming 2013 Business Reference Guide, we have listed franchises with a “quick” rule of thumb, or range, usually expressed as a percentage of sales. For many of them we have based it on quite a few actual sales; others may have been based on just a few; and, in some cases, just one where we felt it was appropriate. They can be a good starting point for pricing the business.

A number in parentheses indicates a note at the end of the list.

MAACO Auto Paint 40%

MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream (13) 32%

Maid Brigade 45%

Mama Fu’s 30%

Marble Slab Creamery 45 — 50%

Martinizing 60%

McGruff’s Safe Kids ID System 52%

Meinke Car Care Center 30 – 35%

Merry Maids 45%

Midas Muffler 35 – 40%

Minuteman Press 65%

Molly Maid 40%

Money Mailer 40 – 45%

Mountain Mike’s Pizza 27%

Moto Photo 72%

Mr. Gatti’s Pizza 25 – 30%

Mr. Jim’s Pizza 35 – 40 %

Mr. Payroll 1.3%

Mr. Rooter Plumbing (14)

Mrs. Fields Cookies 68%

Murphy’s Deli 50%

Music Go Around 40 %

My Favorite Muffin 30 — 35%

Nathan’s Famous 100%

Nature’s Way Café 45%

Natural Chicken Grill 25 – 30%

New York Pizzeria 35 — 40%

Obee’s Soup/Salad/Subs 55 — 60%

Oil X Change 30%

Once Upon A Child 25%

Orange Julius 32%

Original Italian Pie 35 — 40%

OXXO Dry Cleaners 65%

Pak Mail 50%

Panera Bread 35 – 40%

Papa Johns PIzza (18)

Papa Murphy’s Pizza 35 – 40%

Parcel Plus 25%

Petland 57%

Pillar to Post – Home Inspection 40%

Pizza by George 50%

Pizza Factory (15) 35%

Pizza Inn 47%

Planet Beach 35 — 40%

Play It Again Sports 40 — 45%

Precision Tune Auto Care 36%

Pump It Up 30%

Purrfect Auto 50 – 55%

Quaker State Lube 50%

Quizno’s Classic Subs (16) 25 — 30%

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers 32%

Reniassance Executive Forums 75%

Rocky Mountain Chocolate 65 – 70%

Rita’s – Ices, Cones, Shakes 80 – 1.3%

Roly Poly Sandwiches 34%

Safe Ship 40%

Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill 50%

Sarpino’s Pizza 50%

Sears Carpet & Upholstery Care 30%

Senior Helpers 40 – 45%

ServiceMaster Clean 55 – 60 %

Serv Pro 90%

Shell Rapid Lube (Business Opportunity) 50%

Signarama 55 – 60%

Sir Speedy (printing) (17) 55 – 60

Smart Box 48%

Smoothie King 40 – 45%

Snap Fitness 40%

Soup Man (Original) 30%

Subway (18) 65 – 70 %

SuperCoups 40 – 45%

Superior Inspection 1.3%

Swisher (restroom hygiene service) 75%

Taco John’s 31%

Tan USA 60 – 65%

TCBY 40 – 45%

The Maids 40 – 45%

Togo’s Eatery 60 – 65%

Topz Healthy Burgers 40%

Tropical Smoothie Café 55 — 60%

Two Men and a Truck 43%

U Save (auto rental) (18) 10 – 15%

UPS Stores 40 – 45%

Valpak Mailers 3 SDE

Valvoline Instant Oil Change 50%

We the People 86%

Wild Birds Unlimited 30 – 35%

Wine Kitz (Canada) 55%

Wingstop Restaurants 33%

Wireless Toyz 45 — 50%

Worldwide Express 50 – 55%

Your Office USA 60%

You’ve Got Maids 60%

Ziebart International (auto services) 42%

Zoo Health Club 20%

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(13) One MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream & Treatery sale was reported at 92%, three years old, great location, growth at 15% approx a year; but only 15% down payment

(14) 1 – 4 times SDC plus hard assets. The number between 1 – 4 depends on several factors such as the owner operating a truck, etc.

(15) Pizza factory has approximately140 units in the 10 Western States.

(16) Two sales in the Western states were reported at 99% of sales and another at 65% of sales. However, two sales in the lower Midwest were reported at 38% and 40%. One sale in New York was reported at 48% of annual sales, another in Massachusetts at 51% and one in Nevada at 45%.

(17) One sale was reported at 70% of sales.

(18) “As a former multi-unit Subway franchisee and a Development Agent, now a business broker Subway stores, there are many different formulas I have seen. 30 to 40 weeks sales, or 60 to 70% of sales is a popular one. Actual sales price depends on supply and demand and is closer to 70% of sales in So. CA.”

“On stores with gross sales of $300,000 to $500,000, multiple of 40% of annual sales. On stores with sales of $500,000+, multiple of 50% of annual sales. Franchisor would like 30% as a down payment on resales.”

“I would suggest for Subway, in New England and maybe all of New England, due to the high number of pizza restaurants, Subways tend to sell for a much lower of percentage of sales than 47% — sometimes as low as 20 – 25%.”

(19) Price does not include cost of vehicles, and revenues do not include auto sales.

 

 
 
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