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Sweet Peppers Deli Franchise Information

Business Established: 1997
Franchising Since: 2003
Franchised Units: 14
Company Owned Units: 5
Start-up Cost: $200,000 to $300,000
Total Investment: $571,000 to $1,500,000

Offering Financial Assistance
We have a Franchise Disclosure Document, which contains investment cost information. This document also contains an earnings claim for our Sweet Peppers Deli. We only furnish a copy of this circular once we receive your information and payment.


COMPANY DETAILS

Description

Sweet Peppers Deli offers a menu of salads, soups, signature sandwiches, panini (Italian pressed sandwiches), wraps, and scrumptious desserts in an upbeat atmosphere including neon signs, glass garage doors, 50” plasma screen TVs, free WiFi, and outdoor patio seating. Sweet Peppers Deli also has a catering menu which includes breakfast catering items and box lunches. Online ordering is available. Some locations also offer a drive through, pick up window. Franchisees are encouraged to become community oriented and have their team become active members of the cities they call home.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

John Bean
President/CEO
Arma Salazar
Director of Marketing
PO Box 1368
Columbus
MS
39703
(888) 222-9550
(662) 327-6982
(662) 327-1672

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TRAINING

All franchisees must attend and successfully complete the training program provided by Sweet Peppers Deli at one of our company owned locations. The cost of training is included in your franchisee fee, though travel, food, and lodging are the responsibility of the franchisee. All owners and operating managers are required to attend training.

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QUALIFICATIONS

Seeking owner operators with business background. Restaurant experience is always helpful, but not necessary. Sweet Peppers Deli Franchise Systems has complete training programs that will provide you with the training and information that you will need to operate a Sweet Peppers Deli franchise.

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