Chop Stop Franchising Information

Can I get a franchise now?

In 2015 we will franchise locations in/around Los Angeles only.
In 2016 we will begin accepting applications from other parts of California.
In 2017 we will begin accepting applications from out of state.
We want to expand quickly but intelligently, so have patience with our process!

How much will it cost to open my Chop Stop® restaurant?

The total investment necessary to begin operation of a Chop Stop® restaurant is estimated to be from $305,000 to $525,000. This includes the initial franchise fee.

How much cash do I need to have in the bank?

You need to have a minimum $80-150K of available cash. Property and other collateral assets do not count as cash.

How much is the initial franchise fee?

$30,000.

How much are the royalty and advertising fees?

The royalty fee is 5% of your weekly net sales as defined in our franchise agreement, and the advertising fee is up to 2% of your weekly net sales.

How do I apply?

Submit your name, phone number and email below and we will send you an application.
Please allow 30 days for us to review your application.
If your application is approved, a franchise sales team member will contact you and send you our Franchise Disclosure Document.

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