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Booster juice franchise offers a wide variety of smoothies comprising of pure juice, fruit sorbet, vanilla frozen yogurt, frozen fruit, fresh yogurt. The store will be located at Preston Crossing at the mini mall strip, opposite Walmart. The shop will be incorporated with one manager, four part-time and two full time employees. The manager will be on salary and will oversee all operations. Two supervisors will oversee day to-day operations of the shop and the four part-time employees will be responsible for customer services. Both full time and part-time employees will be paid hourly wages. Initial requirements for all furniture, fixture, computer software and hardware and equipment will be supplied by Booster Juice Inc as part of the turnkey operation. All other supplies will be purchased from Booster Juice Inc. Our shop will be incorporated. Richard Azinwi, Nadia Maqbool and Ravi Brar will be the equity owners. We will have a total of seven employees comprising of one manager, two full time supervisors and four part-time employees. As part of our franchise deal, Booster Juice Inc will offer continuous training and support to our employees.
Marketing for the Booster Juice is done by the franchisee and franchisor. The franchisor will do large scale marketing for all of the franchisees, as per the royalty agreement. Our Booster Juice will concentrate on local advertising. We will be doing an aggressive advertising in the first year to create store awareness. First, we will send out flyers to everyone in the S7N postal code area through Canada Post. We will also promote our location at the U of S by offering students and staff a 5% discount with the presentation of their student and employee card. Secondly, we will also work with the other franchisees in the Saskatoon area by providing all local gyms with a one time 10% off coupon for their…...

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