Marstonís profits look sun kissed
The record-breaking British summer has been good news for Marstonís as people flock to its beer gardens.
Although the hot weather is becoming a little much for some, pub franchise Marstonís has been lapping up the sunshine gratefully. The UK wide heatwave has had a fantastic effect on the company, as it pushes customers into its beer gardens and nudges profits upwards.
Thanks to the recent World Cup and the endless spell of hot weather, Marstonís has been celebrating a significant rise in expected end of year profits. The company experienced an incredible 5% profit upturn in the last 16 weeks, which could be attributed to the glorious sunny evenings and scorching summer afternoons increasing peopleís thirst for one of its quality beers.
For 2018 as a whole, Marstonís has also sold 61% more beer than it did in 2017, so things are looking hot for the franchise right now. Chief Ralph Findlay commented:
ďWe are encouraged by our stronger trading performance in the second half-year including the benefit of recent good weather and the impact of the World Cup in our Taverns estate and in Marstonís Beer Company. We have a strong pipeline of sites which will contribute to continued growth in pubs and see further opportunity in brewing following the acquisition and successful integration of Charles Wells Brewing and Beer business in 2017.Ē
With over 1,500 pubs serving its own brewed lagers, beers and ales, Marstonís pubs are fantastic places to get together for a drink and a tasty bite to eat. With locations ranging from trendy city centre bars, to family pubs perfect for large get togethers, to small locals that offer a great pint, the franchise offers a flexible business model that can work for whatever kind of establishment youíve dreamed of owning.
Sophie Cole, Point Franchise ©
Marstonís celebrate national Beer Day
Marstonís invite fans to brewery in celebration of the unofficial holiday. Marstonís, [...]News published on 22/06/2018 16:00
Cheshire Marstonís Pub Gets Huge Overhaul
After a VIP refurbishment costing over £100,000, The Crown Inn in Goostrey has [...]News published on 21/04/2018 17:30
Meet Nottinghamshireís New Marstonís
A local Marstonís pub gets a big overhaul Ė and itís just reopened. A pub in Nuthall, [...]News published on 08/04/2018 08:00
Marstonís Raise Their Glasses As Profits Soar
As profits skyrocket, the pub and brewery group Marstonís seals a £55m acquisition [...]News published on 06/12/2017 18:00
A franchisee is someone who purchases the right to use an already existing companyís [...]Article published on 23/08/2019 10:12
BECOME A FRANCHISEE
In most cases, location is key to business success. If youíre working to establish [...]Article published on 22/08/2019 10:28
TRAINING AND FRANCHISEE SUPPORT