Auntie Anne’s franchise opportunity in Staines
Auntie Anne’s is the largest global soft pretzel chain – but we are so much more than just pretzels! The formula for Auntie Anne’s success is simple: product, people and purpose. Our brand purpose is to do good. We deliver smiles. We offer a moment of joy in an otherwise hectic day.
Auntie Anne’s has a new opportunity for franchisees at The Emsleigh Centre in Staines-Upon-Thames.
Takeaway franchise Auntie Anne’s has shared details of an irresistible resale opportunity within its network. One of its current franchisees has a kiosk in The Emsleigh Centre shopping centre, which has been there for 2 years. However, the owner is looking to sell it on.
This resale is a fantastic franchise opportunity for those looking to run a business with a smaller budget, who are also willing to work on site themselves. The asking price for this stall is relatively low at £30,000, compared to the usual £145,000 investment price for starting a franchised unit from scratch. And just west of London, the Emsleigh centre already has great location on its side, something you won’t have to worry about when taking on this franchise opportunity.
Although it’s small, the shopping centre boasts 7.5 million visitors a year and with the recent opening of Primark on premises this number is expected to grow. Since business will be booming and hungry shoppers will need a snack on-the-go to tide them over, those interested in investing should snap up this franchise opportunity now.
The franchise has a fantastic potential market in locations like shopping centres, where it can provide its quick yet fresh snacks to famished shoppers. Ranging from sweet to savoury to spicy, the pretzel company makes its products fresh on site every day. The pretzels’ 30-minute shelf life guarantees that your purchase will always be as fresh as possible.
Any interested franchisees to take on the Auntie Anne’s opportunity are encouraged to get in touch. Experience managing a team is always helpful, as well as a love for baking if you’re going to be cooking on-site and a solid understanding of branding and customer service.
Georgina Crothers, Point Franchise ©
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