Your Investment

Here’s What You Need To Succeed

You don’t have to be a millionaire or a veteran of the food service business to be a success with Snappy Tomato. One of our largest franchise partners is a former banking executive who saw Snappy’s financial potential. So whether you’ve always wanted to own your own pizzeria or you’ve taken a package from your corporation and want to work for yourself, your affordable Snappy Tomato investment can make it a reality.

We like to be very transparent on costs. So here they all are. The only caveat is that these costs are for illustration purposes. Your particular costs may differ. But, in general, here’s a range of what you’re looking at:

 LOWHIGH
Application Fee$1,000$1,000
Franchise Fee$14,000$14,000
Leasehold Improvements$34,000$80,000
Equipment$35,000$78,000
Signage$4,000$15,000
Training$2,500$5,000
Grand Opening Promo.$5,000$8,000
Initial Marketing$10,000$25,000
Working Capital$10,000$30,000
Total Investment$115,500$256,000

As part of your due diligence, we invite you to compare these costs with other pizza franchising start-up costs. We know they’re very favorable. We intentionally keep our costs low so that as a Snappy Tomato franchise partner you have a low entry cost into the market. That way you’ll be profitable sooner and have the incentive to add more stores or develop a market.

As with all franchising programs there are some one-time and on-going fees. In the spirit of full disclosure, here are ours:

Application Fee: Payable upon the submission of your franchise application.
Franchise Fee: Payable upon execution of your franchise agreement.
Royalty Fee: 5% of weekly sales paid to Snappy Tomato Pizza.
Advertising Fee: 2.5% of weekly gross sales paid to Snappy Tomato Pizza.