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Why Franchise

A. Pre-Opening
  • Site selection and lease negotiation assistance.
  • Store design and layout assistance.
  • Fixture and material specifications.
  • Signage
  • Inventory and display planning.
  • Merchandising
  • Classroom and on-the-job training.
  • On-site management and staff instructions prior to opening.
  • Records management.
  • Ongoing communications.
  • Special programs.
Marketing Expertise
  • Grand opening and seasonal advertising programs.
  • Customer awareness marketing programs.
  • Volume building programs.
Start-Up and Ongoing Support
  • Opening assistance.
  • Consultation in establishing operating budgets.
  • Sales forecasts and merchandise planning.
  • Financial management systems.
  • Comprehensive operations manuals
  • Periodic visits.
Q. How long will my franchise last?
A. The term of the franchise agreement is for 10 years, with the option of two additional 10-year renewals at no additional cost.
Q. How much does it cost to open a Just-A-Buck store?
A. Costs will vary according to location. Minimum initial liquid capital required is $50,000.
It’s Wise to Franchise
The name we’ve made for ourselves in the marketplace is our most valuable asset. And it can be yours too. In exchange for your franchise and royalty fee, you buy the rights to cash in on our experience, reputation – and our contacts.
As a Just-A-Buck franchisee, you’ll be presented with a complete package designed to enable you to start making money right away. With experienced Just-A-Buck staff members behind you, you’ll be free from many time-consuming details…and have more time to focus on running your store.
And there are other ways for you to profit from our franchise relationship. For example, we know how to go after the right demographics in proven retail markets. Whether it’s and inner-city site, a suburban location, a strip center, or a major regional mall, Just-A-Buck can help you find prime locations in established high traffic retail corridors - -and we have our own construction coordinators ready to assist you if you need our help.
When you’re a franchisee, we have a vested interest in your success…and you’re more likely to succeed thanks to our established name, reputation, merchandise, and method of doing business.
Franchise Versus a Business Opportunity
When you buy a franchise, you can be sure of getting valuable information that a business opportunity may not give you. A franchise must adhere to strict government regulations. This means we are required by law to present you with a detailed disclosure document called a Uniform Franchise Offering Circular (UFOC). It includes detailed information about the company’s and the principals’ background. It also contains the answers to just about any question a prospective franchisee may have…and a few you might not even think to ask.
As a franchisee, you buy the right to use an established name and take advantage of ongoing support. People who purchase a business opportunity are usually helped only at the onset. While being entirely independent may sound enticing, it can be difficult for dollar store retailers who must find a constant stream of quality good to sell. As a franchisee you will become part of a purchasing network. You will be in business for yourself but not completely by yourself. As a business licensee, on the other hand, you may be directed to catalogues and expected to order items on your own.
Many of our franchisees researched business opportunities before they decided to become franchisees. They will happily tell you they wouldn’t be as successful today if it hadn’t been for the expertise and advice they received from the Just-A-Buck staff of experienced professionals.

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563 Temple Hill Road
New Windsor, NY 12553
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Tel:  845-561-7411
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