Description About This Posting: WaBa Grill Restaurant Franchise
High Volume WaBa Grill ~ a turnkey opportunity to own a well established semi-absentee owner location. The owners are operating only 6 days a week due to religious reasons and selling his location as his son got married and has no help at the store. Very good opportunity for owner operator buyers looking for a nicely performing business with trained employees. The owners have team of 10 employees and 2,366 square feet beautifully laid out store with all upgrades. Owners is selling a total of 3 locations. You can buy 2 or all 3 stores with a package deal pricing that may benefit you.
WaBa Grill is a very competitive and popular market brand easy to run due to simple menu it offers and the customer loves it. Corporate will provide 2 weeks training to the new owners. This is a perfect opportunity to foreign investors seeking investor visa status if they buy at least 2 locations that will qualify the employee requirements and provide a good profits to recoup the investment in short time period. Great opportunity for cash buyers. The owners have been very happy with the performance of this location but forced to sell.
Shopping center offers huge parking space - great visibility - and anchored by Superior Supermarket brings in lot of traffic year around and being surrounded by residential/commercial district makes it a great location. Indeed, a conscious effort to market on social media platforms and third party deliveries such as UBER eats, DOOR dash, Grub hub etc. can propel the sales upwards and more importantly new owners can open on Sundays giving them additional 52 days a year of sales adding to the profits.
Asking price is reduced as sellers are motivated to sell all the 3 locations. However if you are limited with your finances we may consider selling you 2 locations. Check out my other WaBa Grill posting #230671
Do not procrastinate - go ahead fill out the NDA and then contact the broker.
To get more information about this WaBa Grill Restaurant Franchise business for sale in
East Los Angeles County Area please phone Bob Jhala (Agent - BRE License #:01511891) at 951-818-8907 - if you get
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