Including the $40,000 initial franchise fee, the estimated startup costs range from $552,800 to $625,500 and include expenses to fit out your Claymont Steak Shop location with the necessary equipment, fixtures and initial inventory. Budgeted funds also include professional advisory fees from 3rd parties, insurance and 3-months of working capital.
The time to open depends on how quickly you find a location. Once you become a Claymont Steak Shop owner, you have our full support to get you up and running quickly. We will help you evaluate real estate options, select the equipment you will need and offer step-by-step guidance to help fit out your Claymont Steak Shop. Once you commit to a location and sign your lease, you should be able to open in as few as 4 to 6 months.
No, this is an option where licensing and customer demand applies. We can help you evaluate the area you would like to open your Claymont Steak Shop and consider the benefits of adding a liquor license.
While we can’t answer that question directly, we will be able to share with you our Financial Performance Representation, called an Item 19, in our Franchise Disclosure Document which highlights affiliate performance and history. This can be a useful tool to help you evaluate your business Return on Investment.
Yes! We offer 3-unit agreements for qualified multi-unit owners and some Claymont Steak Shop owners will own more than one unit.
We recommend between 10 and 12 team members, and the number who will work each shift will depend on time of day or day of the week. You can hire full or part time staff as you grow to meet the demand in your Claymont Steak Shop location.