Becoming a Master Franchisee - Step by Step Process

Step By Step: Becoming a Master Franchisee

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Engage in discovery discussions with our Vice President of International Operations about what it takes to complete your business plan.
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Step Three
Receive the Hot Dog on a Stick Letter of Intent (LOI).
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Step Four
Complete your business plan based on the business terms agreed upon by you and our VP of International Development and Operations.

The Timeline

Once you have decided to get started as a Hot Dog on a Stick master franchisee, the process can begin! It is important for us to comply with all international laws regarding franchising, so we will spend considerable time getting acquainted with the laws and regulations in your territory. In our experience, the legal process typically takes 30-60 days on average, then the Master Franchisee onboarding process can begin! Once the contract is in place, you will receive a Market Launch plan that maps out the activities that will take place from your brand training to opening day. During the Market Launch phase, we will work with you to track the key milestones such as training, local sourcing, identifying the first site, and purchasing food and equipment. While each new market launch is different, we find that most new markets open within six to twelve months of the contract execution.

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This information is not intended as an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy, a franchise. It is for information purposes only. We are providing the United States FDD at your request, and as a condition to receiving this FDD, you acknowledge that we are not representing that the contents of the FDD will apply in any manner to our international franchise relationship, including but not limited to any financial performance representations set forth in the FDD.

Your country of interest may have individual franchise disclosure requirements. If we elect to engage in further sales discussions, we will fully comply with the franchise disclosure requirements as required by law in your country/territory of interest.