Fantastic Sams Franchise Articles

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Cash Investment: $70,000
Net Worth: $300,000
Franchise Fee: $30,000
Total Investment: $150,362 - $283,006

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"Here in California we have a good brand. Fantastic Sams is known to be a full-service company that provides high-quality service at an affordable price. In terms of the experience, it's like the difference between shopping at Walmart or Target and shopping at Macy's. The difference in quality and style is clear, and the value proposition is totally different. We are more expensive than pure hair-cutting franchises, but we offer a much better cut -- one that is comparable to a much more expensive salon."
Marilyn Tokatly
California

"Good operations make a big difference. I took over a salon in October that was struggling under a previous owner. I closed it for remodeling, re-opened it and within four months was at break-even. I think, on average, you should be able to do it in four to six months in a good location. One of the important things is to follow the model. Entrepreneurs tend to want to do it their own way -- when I started, even though I said I wanted to follow a system, I often did my own thing. It slowed me down. My advice: Do what corporate tells you to do!"
Michael Kuryllo
Southern California


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