STEPS TO BECOMING A FRANCHISEE

Steps to Becoming a Franchisee

A lot of time and hard work go into opening a restaurant. That’s why we provide you with a talented support team and a highly efficient opening process to set you up for success before you even serve your first customer. On average, it could take four to eight months from the time you begin your journey until the day you open your doors. Below is an outline of the various steps you will encounter along the way.

 

  • Complete Your Application
  • Sign Your Franchise Agreement
  • Secure Your Location
  • Build & Outfit Your Store
  • Open Your Store

 

Throughout the entire opening process you will be in constant contact with your designated representative. Together, you’ll work through a checklist starting from the time you sign your franchise agreement to the time you open your doors to your first customer. Rest assured that when you become part of the Rollerz family, you’ll never be alone.

You may submit additional information or questions to Franchise Development at:

franchising@kahalamgmt.com Or ATTN: Franchise Development 9311 E. Via de Ventura Scottsdale, AZ 85258

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