Boston's The Gourmet Pizza Franchise Info

Boston’s The Gourmet Pizza has over 40 years of experience in the industry and has since utilized a unique casual dining experience with a sports bar, two great experiences under one roof.

Boston’s The Gourmet Pizza is the United States version of the Original Boston Pizza franchise.

It holds headquarters in Dallas, Texas with currently 54 franchise unites in the United States alone. It’s full-service casual dining experience complete with sports bar, offers 18 varieties of gourmet pizzas, along with other great dishes including burgers, ribs, gourmet pasta, salads, wings and sandwiches. It is an ideal and fun dining experience for the entire family. Though specializing on catering to on premise customers the Boston’s the Gourmet Pizza also provides take-out and delivery services which take around 6% to 12% of the total sales.

With a long running history of success the Boston’s The Gourmet pizza franchise was born to allow expansion of the company into new markets both utilizing single and multi unit development. Its goal is to develop more restaurants with new operators focusing on the profitability and development of the system. Upon qualification for franchise the franchisee will be called in to sign a multi-restaurant development agreement which will allow the franchise owner to open one of more franchises.

If one lacks initial franchise requirement to start, they franchisee may be introduced to a financial firm or institution or third party company after signing of the agreement since neither the company nor any affiliate of which offers financing or financial aid to the franchisee. After the fees have been settles the franchisee will be called in to undergo the initial training program which will be mandatory for the operating principal, kitchen manager and the general manager. The six week training program will take place at the headquarters followed by on site training for 1 week once the establishment is ready for operation. This training may go on up to three weeks after the initial opening of the restaurant though the franchisee is obliged to pay $350 per on-site training day.

To find out which territories are available it would be best to consult with the franchise support team for details.

The term of agreement offered by the Boston’s The Gourmet Pizza franchise is renewable at ten years at 25% of the then-current initial franchise fee. Other costs include the initial franchise fee of $50,000 and the overall total cost of the franchise ranges from $2,004,000 to $3,064,000. The royalty fee is 5% of gross sales, national cooperative advertising fund at 3% of gross sales and minimum local marketing expenditure at 1% of gross sales.


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