No. In fact, we will help guide you in hiring and training a qualified, knowledgeable team of professionals to best manage your shop operations.
The availability of territories and locations will be discussed in full detail prior to signing a franchise agreement.
Yes. First-time purchasers of franchises who are qualified veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces who are honorably discharged from service are eligible to pay a reduced franchise fee of $20,000 for their first Shop (the “Veterans Discount”).
Yes. We provide over 150 hours of training for 5 members “Your Training Team”. For the opening of your shop, you will receive an on-site Trainer, who will provide on-site, pre-opening and opening training, supervision, and assistance to you for 7 days around your shop’s opening. We are also committed to providing on-going support for the management and operation of your shop.
Yes. Justin’s Barbershop® will provide you with sample floor plan designs, architectural/construction resources and our "Design, Construction, Equipment & Products Manual” to aid in preserving the uniformity and consistency of the Justin’s Barbershop® brand throughout the franchise system.
The estimated cost to open a Justin’s Barbershop® franchise ranges from $104,514 and $252,843. The estimated cost could vary depending on the size of the space and your location. Costs are influenced by many factors, including, but not limited to: building size, rent, design features, cost of local materials, construction, etc. Typical costs in your area of interest can be discussed during the discovery meeting.
Financing directly through Justin’s Barbershop® is not available. However, we have relationships with multiple third-party lenders that expressed an interest in lending to Justin’s Barbershop® franchisees. We would be happy to provide you with a list of these lenders, who have vast experience in specifically working with franchises.
5% royalty from the franchised shop's total gross revenue. 2% Advertising and 1% local advertising expenditure.
Profitability will vary considerably depending upon such factors as: location, operating costs, financing terms, your ability to manage and control the business, sales and other factors. We do not predict sales or profits for any new locations. We encourage you to discuss this with existing franchisees and your personal advisors.
Author: Cheryl Hutchinson, Director of Franchise Administrations
JB Franchise Group, LLC