|Total Investment:||$141,900 - $337,200|
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"I knew The Joint was going to be around for a long time. I looked into the model and it made sense. I didn’t want a business with a lot of perishables. Coming out of the grocery industry for many years, I knew how difficult it was to manage perishables and gross profit. I thought it would be a good fit as the business model is based off of labor and fixed costs. It was going to be easy to manage because you don’t have a lot of variable costs in this business. I know exactly how my clinics are performing on a daily basis."
"When you’re going through school, it’s year round and you come out with $200,000 in debt. My wife and I were looking at The Joint throughout chiropractic college. It was pretty enticing to us to get into a franchise where we wouldn’t be alone. The license prices aren’t too high and the build-outs are pretty simple. The Return on Investment is terrific, especially if you’re working the office as the chiropractor, which I am doing in my franchise. The Joint helps out a lot, especially with build-outs and picking the location. The Joint was an easy fit for me."