Help/Input on Franchise purchase

formercorporateguy

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I've recently made the decision to get out of the "corporate world" (finally!) and open a business of my own. After months of reviewing UFOC's from a zillion different franchise opportunities, I'm very close to committing to purchase an It's A Grind franchise. I've been very impressed with the expertise and comments on this site so I decided today to register and ask for some help/input....does anyone have any firsthand experience with It's A Grind that they can share?....either good or bad. Any and all comments, suggestions, etc. are greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for the help.
 

everydaygourmet

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formercorporateguy said:
I've recently made the decision to get out of the "corporate world" (finally!) and open a business of my own. After months of reviewing UFOC's from a zillion different franchise opportunities, I'm very close to committing to purchase an It's A Grind franchise. I've been very impressed with the expertise and comments on this site so I decided today to register and ask for some help/input....does anyone have any firsthand experience with It's A Grind that they can share?....either good or bad. Any and all comments, suggestions, etc. are greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for the help.

Never heard of them myself.....


I would talk to a consultant on coffee shops, there are several of them on these boards. Here are a few links. (I have no affiliation)


Andrew at Cafe Makers http://www.cafemakers.com
Jack at JP's Coffee: http://www.jpscoffee.com/ontrack.html


I am sure there are more, but I have spoke with both of them on a few smaller things and would not hesitate to use their services.....


a franchise :? eh?

I'd talk to a couple consultants before spending any of my hard earned $$$ on a franchise. (and I have owned two franchises in the past...Non-coffee related)


Good Luck


Bo

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