Take 5, the automotive franchise that has revolutionized the way America cares for their cars, is looking for Franchise Owners like you.
To pique your interest, Take 5 is offering one year of significant savings on royalty fees. This special is being offered now through March 31st, 2020. With Average Annual Sales of $1.2M*, Take 5 is attractive to multi-unit Franchise Owners who want to dominate their markets. Our money-saving offer is one more incentive to act while still have time.
“Take 5 is the game changer for this industry. With this offer, we’re stepping up our efforts to give multi-unit Franchise Owners even more reasons to invest,” said Ted Rippey, Vice President of Franchising for Take 5.
Founded in 1984, Take 5 transformed the automotive landscape in 1996 by being the first to offer stay-in-your-car oil changes. Our winning combination of convenience with fast, friendly service and cutting-edge technology is driving impressive customer loyalty in this $20B industry.
“This year’s recent growth will bring Take 5’s total footprint to nearly 500 stores,” said Jon Gaiman, Chief Development Officer for Driven Brands, Take 5’s parent company. “Multi-unit investors are taking notice.”
In order to take advantage of this offer, franchise candidates are required to sign their franchise agreement no later than March 31st, 2020.
“If you’ve been considering becoming a Take 5 Franchise Owner, I encourage you to act now before someone else takes the area you are interested in,” said BJ Singh, Take 5 Multi-Unit Franchise Owner.
Take advantage of this great offer by filling out the form below to start your path to franchise ownership with Take 5.
* The sales and EBITDA information stated herein is based on 2017 actual sales, financial, and operational performance information of Take 5 Centers that have been open and operating for two years or more. Historic financial performance is not a guarantee of future results. Individual results may vary. For more information, please see Item 19 of the Take 5 Franchise Disclosure Document. The information is not intended as an offer to buy or sell a business. This information is provided for informational purposes only. Any offer to enter into a business arrangement shall be by a prospectus as required by law, if any. A new franchisee’s results may differ from the represented performance. There is no assurance that you will meet or exceed the financial performance information stated herein, and you must assume that risk.