How Much Does It Cost to Own an Earl of Sandwich's ?

Earl of Sandwich — Active member of the quick service restaurant (qsr) industry since 2004

Owning a Earl of Sandwich can be a business, but it does have some initial financial requirements. To open a single sub shops location, the company requires that potential franchisees have liquid assets of at least $268,600.

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Franchise Details
Investment Level$268,600
Franchise Fee$25,000
Agreement Term10 years
Company Details
Incorporated NameEarl of Sandwich (USA), LLC
Year Founded2004
IndustryQuick Service Restaurant (QSR)
Industry SubcategorySub Shops

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