Freezing Moo Offers Unique Franchising Opportunity With Open Territories
Freezing Moo is the Overland Park, Kansas-based Thai-style ice cream franchise that is shaking up the traditional ice cream market scooping up its icy rolls of sweet goodness alongside the intriguing presentation of the way the ice cream is made fresh on the spot.
The emerging brand just opened its newest location in Omaha, Nebraska, to raving ice cream fans clamoring for the Thai-styled rolls and amazed by the unique creation process. Freezing Moo servers pour a creamy mix onto a sub-zero flat metal surface and then chop, press, and mix in fresh fruit and other sweets to craft a frozen flat concoction that’s then scraped off one strip at a time into thin rolls that are placed in a cup or waffle cone. Turns out you can have as much fun watching ice cream being made as you do eating it.
The global ice cream market was valued at $68,072 million in 2016 and is projected to reach $97,301 million by 2023. In the U.S., revenue in the ice cream segment is predicted to reach $10,176 million in 2019 and is expected to grow annually by 0.9%, according to data from Allied Market Research. Any way you look at it now is a great time to be in the ice cream business.
There are numerous reasons why Freezing Moo makes a great choice for entrepreneurs. The brand has been featured in numerous videos, Facebook posts, Instagram posts, and tweets, as well as all kinds of other traditional and social media channels.
The brand’s strong social media presence is continually engaging the community through regular, highly successful campaigns devised by Freezing Moo’s crack marketing and public relations team. The brand even has its own line of merchandise, which makes another great marketing tool.
Initial investment expenses for a Freezing Moo are typically between $150,000 to $200,000, and the brand assists with location selection by helping determine the best locations with the highest grossing potential.
From there, training and ongoing support are part of the package for franchisees. A supporting manager is available before, during, and after a new location opens. The support manager spends one week onsite prior to opening and stay onsite for an additional three weeks to help ensure the local store operation is working efficiently and effectively.
Quarterly visits and performance evaluation checklists are available to maintain the Freezing Moo standard. Freezing Moo offers a long list of support items for its franchisees, including help with leasing, site selection, trade area study, preliminary drawing, floor plan layout, store design, building materials, final drawings, permits, electrical and plumbing, signage design, banner design, pre-opening marketing materials, opening marketing materials, the computer system, POS system, equipment, occupancy permit and assistance for additional required licensing and permits.
Freezing Moo is now looking for qualified entrepreneurs who are ready to bring Thai-style ice cream to open territories throughout the United States. Contact Franchise Director Bob Crow at 913-620-2482 or visit the brand online at www.freezingmoo.com.
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