Baskin-Robbins recently announced its 2014 National Development Incentives, offering new franchisees and military veterans financial discounts on royalties and on initial franchise fees. Available through the end of the year, these special incentives are part of Baskin-Robbins’ plans to attract new franchisee candidates for growth markets around the country.
In 2014, new qualified Baskin-Robbins franchisees can take advantage of significant offers, including 50 percent off of the 20-year initial franchise fee — a $12,500 value – and reduced royalties for the first five years, including the first year at zero percent. Furthermore, if the new franchisee signs a multi-unit agreement in 2014, they will receive the same incentives for each additional unit that is timely opened.
For honorably discharged military veterans who sign an agreement in 2014 and timely develop their shops before the end of 2015, Baskin-Robbins will waive the 20-year initial franchisee fee for their first restaurant, offer a zero percent royalty rate for the first two years, and a reduced royalty rate for years three through five. If a military veteran signs a multi-unit agreement, they will be extended a 20 percent discount on the 20-year initial franchise fee for up to four additional shops that are timely opened, as well as a 10-year payment plan.*
*For details, please see the Baskin-Robbins Franchise Disclosure Document.
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