Rock n Roll Sushi - Franchise
Quick Franchise Summary
Rock N Roll Sushi opened for business in 2010 and took off from there. With hard work, determination, and a great team, Rock N Roll Sushi has been successfully in business for 6 years and rapidly growing. They started franchising in 2015. Learn more about the costs, benefits, and available locations today!
Rock n Roll Sushi
Franchise Cost, Fees & Facts for 2020
|Minimum Cash Required||$150,000|
|Total Investment||$145,000 – $629,000|
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Rock n Roll Sushi - Franchise Information
Lance Hallmark and Gerry Mach were both working in Biloxi, Mississippi at the casinos when they first met back in 2009. Gerry is from Mobile, AL and Lance is from Winfield, AL. The two were inseparable from the moment they met. They both worked hard and talked about their future like every one else.
The idea of opening a restaurant came up. They have both been in the food/bar industry for over 14 years. A lot of ideas were tossed around for several months about what city and what type of restaurant. Gerri wanted to do a sushi bar (her favorite food ) in her hometown Mobile, AL inside of the mall because there wasn’t very many food choices there. One of the hardest parts was coming up with THE perfect name. They both knew they wanted it to be different and have a more laid back atmosphere where customers can enjoy good food, hang out, and have a good time. Lance was driving home from work one night and called Gerri with excitement shouting, “ROCK N ROLL SUSHI” as soon as she picked up the phone. The ideas just started pouring out from there.
The idea was created, so it was time to make this thing a reality. Once the 1000 sq ft. space was leased, the hard part began, which was finding the perfect team for the whole operation. Lance and Gerri knew they couldn’t do it alone. They strongly believe success is not created by one person, but by a team that comes together as one. After months of construction, the team was hired, the menu was finalized, and everything was almost ready for the opening of Rock N Roll Sushi. Lance and Gerri poured their hearts into this sushi bar and spent every penny they had to their name.
Rock N Roll Sushi opened for business in 2010 and took off from there. With hard work, determination, and a great team, Rock N Roll Sushi has been successfully in business for 6 years and rapidly growing. They started franchising in 2015. The very first franchisee was an employee from day 1. There are now a total of 12 Rock N Roll Sushi locations in Alabama and Mississippi. There are 5 corporate stores and 7 franchise stores.
Q: How soon can I open? How long does the process take?
A: From First contact to opening day, generally the process takes between 6 months and 1 year. (Depending on a number of factors)
Q: What is my initial investment?
A: The initial single-unit franchise fee is $30,000. Estimated initial investment requirement for a single restaurant ranges from $145,000 to $629,000.
Q: What are the royalty and advertising fees?
A: Royalty is 6% of sales; Advertising is 1% of sales. The advertising fee can fluctuate in the future.
Q: Can I own more than one unit? And how can I be assured of future locations?
A: Yes, you may own more than a single unit. You can lock up additional locations by signing a development agreement for multiple units. For the development rights to a geographic area, a nonrefundable payment equal to 50 percent of the total franchise fee for each store to be opened in the area is required upon signing the multiple unit development agreement. Then, the initial franchise fee for each store is reduced by half and due upon signing the franchise agreement. You will select a territory from those currently available; it will be a protected territory. At that time, we will agree upon the number of stores to be opened and timetable for opening them.
Q: How many employees does it take to operate a unit?
A: Expect to hire 10 to 15 full and part-time employees.
Q: What support will I receive going forward?
A: In addition to marketing and advertising support, you’ll benefit from ongoing training, research and development of new products, regular dialogues with your account representative, operations support and periodic business counseling.