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A truly unique franchise concept is taking the country by storm and is seeking local new owners. This concept provides consumers with a fun and social experience, and caters to both residents and leisure travelers by providing them an innovative way to explore America’s greatest cities. The brand is tapping into a niche in the experiential tourism industry AND beer enthusiast category as it enhances tourism and mundane bar hopping by creating a fun and social outing. On most tours, customers are able to bring libations while traveling to two to three customized stops at local establishments – cocktail bars, lounges, local restaurants, breweries and wine cellars, among others. Much like the canal tours in Amsterdam, each bike tour has a pilot who goes through a certification process to ensure all operations are run with city expertise, safety and enthusiasm. With low operating costs, exceptional corporate support and an exciting concept in a booming industry, this opportunity is an attractive investment for both first-time entrepreneurs and seasoned business owners. This is a non-retail, low overhead, high margin model. Total first year start-up costs are estimated between $76,959 – $266,999. All franchisees receive a full course on running the business, a business operations manual, the latest digital technology that is ready to use, support system, as well as territorial protection. Prospective investors should have $150,000 liquid funds and a net worth in excess of $350,000. Send your inquiry today and learn more about this unique business opportunity!
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