• 810 Billiards & Bowling

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810 Billiards & Bowling Signs on Former Pharmacy Founders as Its First Franchisees 

The dine-in entertainment concept has found its first franchisees with Ronak and Poonam Manek, a family of established entrepreneurs looking to break into entertainment. 

810 Billiards & Bowling, an upscale entertainment, dining and bar experience based in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, has sold its first franchise to seasoned entrepreneurs Ronak and Poonam Manek who switched gears into the entertainment business after being bowled over by the exciting concept. The husband-and-wife duo are set to open their first location in Chandler, Arizona in 2021.

Ronak spent the last 18 years practicing as a pharmacist, building a roster of his own pharmacies and selling them along with his wife, Poonam, a registered nurse and licensed realtor.

But the Maneks had a problem. 

“I was working 65–70 hours a week, every week,” said Ronak. “It was all the milestones, he was missing everything— birthdays, holidays, first steps — for me, that was hard,” said Poonam. “We didn’t have a choice.”

So the Maneks set out to find a business they could run together and earn a healthy living while supporting a lifestyle that allowed for family time. 

That’s where 810 Billiards & Bowling came along with a comprehensive business plan offering multiple streams of revenue and flexibility for franchisees. 

“I can’t think of any line of business that doesn’t have large corporations already in play,” said Ronak. “Ice cream, swim schools, preschools, restaurants, learning, entertaining — to reinvent these categories you have to have a really, really good idea to stand out. We don’t have that. We needed a franchise that would help us.”

The Maneks found that great idea with 810 Billiards & Bowling, which combines several revenue streams under one roof. While most restaurants get customers in with dining and hope to make money from alcohol sales, 810’s menu focuses on fan-favorites with high margins. Think brick-oven pizzas and shareable wing platters, but also an extensive salad menu for the health-conscious. While the food service is streamlined and profitable, the real money lies in the games. Foosball, darts, board games and games like cornhole have a low overhead and high margins while bigger attractions like pool tables and bowling lanes draw customers from miles around.

When the Maneks heard 810 Billiards & Bowling’s pitch, it stopped them in their tracks. 

“Frankly speaking, we were very, very close on signing with another franchise before 810. We were just about to sign when I remembered I had actually forgotten that I had signed up for a meeting with Mike,” Ronak said, referencing Michael Siniscalchi, 810’s CEO and founder. 

“I had already made up my mind that we were going to go for the other franchise, a preschool. Then when I spoke to Mike, I took a deep breath, I knew this was the one,’” he said.

“Budget wise, it fit perfectly,” said Poonam. “In terms of the life we were looking for, everything just kind of matched.”

From then on, the Maneks and Siniscalchi joined forces to bring 810 Billiards & Bowling to Arizona, the brand’s first franchise location and the first location outside of South Carolina. 

“Something about Mike, we felt that he’d live up to his word and guide us properly in this endeavor. He flew to Phoenix first, scouted places and negotiated the lease on our property,” said Ronak.

“Chandler doesn’t have anything like this,” said Poonam. “They have one bowling alley. Nothing small or boutique or locally owned that’s focused on providing that extra level of service where you’re not a number, you’re a person.”

“Providing a venue where people can come and bowl or play a couple games of pool, we’re proud of that. It’s nice to offer the community a venue where you can go with your entire family or have a meeting with your colleagues,” said Ronak. 

Also, 810 Billiards & Bowling’s innovative floor packs attractions and games in a way that allows the store to take up less space, offering franchisees greater options.

“Because we're small, we can be in a very central location,” said Ronak of the location hand-picked by Siniscalchi. “We’re surrounded by a mall, a movie theater, a Target and a Costco. If we went with another brand, we couldn’t fit there,” he said. 

Siniscalchi not only found the location, but shaped the entire corporate operation around accommodating his franchisees. In order to offer the Maneks a strong line of support, he will open a corporate store in Phoenix just miles from the suburbs of Chandler where the Maneks will operate. 

“That’s another bonus, having corporate support in the area,” said Ronak. 

But for the Maneks, the real selling point was the flexible lifestyle Siniscalchi had worked into the business model for franchisees. 

“Mike assured us that if we’re there more often than we want to be, he’ll make sure you have some relief,” said Poonam. “No more 70 hour weeks.”

“Mike said his  time goes more into generating leads for corporate events as an owner,” Ronak said. “He does go to his locations, but it’s more trying to touch base with managers and staff to see if there’s anything he can do to help them. He’s not spending 60–70 hours at the location. Now, Poonam and I can spend 60 hours a week [on our business], but it’s split between the two of us.”

With the Manek family preparing to open its doors for the first time, they feel the sky's the limit. 

“We hope to be the 810 kings of Arizona,” said Ronak. 

To learn more about franchising with 810 Billiards & Bowling, visit https://www.810bowling.com/franchising/

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  • NAME

    810 Billiards & Bowling

  • NO. OF UNITS CURRENTLY OPEN:

    3

  • start-up costs

    $1.8M-$3M

  • FRANCHISE FEE:

    50000

  • Liquidity:

    400-500K

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  • 810 Billiards & Bowling

  • WHY I BOUGHT

810 Billiards & Bowling Signs on Former Pharmacy Founders as Its First Franchisees 

The dine-in entertainment concept has found its first franchisees with Ronak and Poonam Manek, a family of established entrepreneurs looking to break into entertainment. 

810 Billiards & Bowling, an upscale entertainment, dining and bar experience based in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, has sold its first franchise to seasoned entrepreneurs Ronak and Poonam Manek who switched gears into the entertainment business after being bowled over by the exciting concept. The husband-and-wife duo are set to open their first location in Chandler, Arizona in 2021.

Ronak spent the last 18 years practicing as a pharmacist, building a roster of his own pharmacies and selling them along with his wife, Poonam, a registered nurse and licensed realtor.

But the Maneks had a problem. 

“I was working 65–70 hours a week, every week,” said Ronak. “It was all the milestones, he was missing everything— birthdays, holidays, first steps — for me, that was hard,” said Poonam. “We didn’t have a choice.”

So the Maneks set out to find a business they could run together and earn a healthy living while supporting a lifestyle that allowed for family time. 

That’s where 810 Billiards & Bowling came along with a comprehensive business plan offering multiple streams of revenue and flexibility for franchisees. 

“I can’t think of any line of business that doesn’t have large corporations already in play,” said Ronak. “Ice cream, swim schools, preschools, restaurants, learning, entertaining — to reinvent these categories you have to have a really, really good idea to stand out. We don’t have that. We needed a franchise that would help us.”

The Maneks found that great idea with 810 Billiards & Bowling, which combines several revenue streams under one roof. While most restaurants get customers in with dining and hope to make money from alcohol sales, 810’s menu focuses on fan-favorites with high margins. Think brick-oven pizzas and shareable wing platters, but also an extensive salad menu for the health-conscious. While the food service is streamlined and profitable, the real money lies in the games. Foosball, darts, board games and games like cornhole have a low overhead and high margins while bigger attractions like pool tables and bowling lanes draw customers from miles around.

When the Maneks heard 810 Billiards & Bowling’s pitch, it stopped them in their tracks. 

“Frankly speaking, we were very, very close on signing with another franchise before 810. We were just about to sign when I remembered I had actually forgotten that I had signed up for a meeting with Mike,” Ronak said, referencing Michael Siniscalchi, 810’s CEO and founder. 

“I had already made up my mind that we were going to go for the other franchise, a preschool. Then when I spoke to Mike, I took a deep breath, I knew this was the one,’” he said.

“Budget wise, it fit perfectly,” said Poonam. “In terms of the life we were looking for, everything just kind of matched.”

From then on, the Maneks and Siniscalchi joined forces to bring 810 Billiards & Bowling to Arizona, the brand’s first franchise location and the first location outside of South Carolina. 

“Something about Mike, we felt that he’d live up to his word and guide us properly in this endeavor. He flew to Phoenix first, scouted places and negotiated the lease on our property,” said Ronak.

“Chandler doesn’t have anything like this,” said Poonam. “They have one bowling alley. Nothing small or boutique or locally owned that’s focused on providing that extra level of service where you’re not a number, you’re a person.”

“Providing a venue where people can come and bowl or play a couple games of pool, we’re proud of that. It’s nice to offer the community a venue where you can go with your entire family or have a meeting with your colleagues,” said Ronak. 

Also, 810 Billiards & Bowling’s innovative floor packs attractions and games in a way that allows the store to take up less space, offering franchisees greater options.

“Because we're small, we can be in a very central location,” said Ronak of the location hand-picked by Siniscalchi. “We’re surrounded by a mall, a movie theater, a Target and a Costco. If we went with another brand, we couldn’t fit there,” he said. 

Siniscalchi not only found the location, but shaped the entire corporate operation around accommodating his franchisees. In order to offer the Maneks a strong line of support, he will open a corporate store in Phoenix just miles from the suburbs of Chandler where the Maneks will operate. 

“That’s another bonus, having corporate support in the area,” said Ronak. 

But for the Maneks, the real selling point was the flexible lifestyle Siniscalchi had worked into the business model for franchisees. 

“Mike assured us that if we’re there more often than we want to be, he’ll make sure you have some relief,” said Poonam. “No more 70 hour weeks.”

“Mike said his  time goes more into generating leads for corporate events as an owner,” Ronak said. “He does go to his locations, but it’s more trying to touch base with managers and staff to see if there’s anything he can do to help them. He’s not spending 60–70 hours at the location. Now, Poonam and I can spend 60 hours a week [on our business], but it’s split between the two of us.”

With the Manek family preparing to open its doors for the first time, they feel the sky's the limit. 

“We hope to be the 810 kings of Arizona,” said Ronak. 

To learn more about franchising with 810 Billiards & Bowling, visit https://www.810bowling.com/franchising/

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  • NAME

    810 Billiards & Bowling

  • NO. OF UNITS CURRENTLY OPEN:

    3

  • start-up costs

    $1.8M-$3M

  • FRANCHISE FEE:

    50000

  • Liquidity:

    400-500K

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  • 810 Billiards & Bowling

  • WHY I BOUGHT

810 Billiards & Bowling Signs on Former Pharmacy Founders as Its First Franchisees 

The dine-in entertainment concept has found its first franchisees with Ronak and Poonam Manek, a family of established entrepreneurs looking to break into entertainment. 

810 Billiards & Bowling, an upscale entertainment, dining and bar experience based in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, has sold its first franchise to seasoned entrepreneurs Ronak and Poonam Manek who switched gears into the entertainment business after being bowled over by the exciting concept. The husband-and-wife duo are set to open their first location in Chandler, Arizona in 2021.

Ronak spent the last 18 years practicing as a pharmacist, building a roster of his own pharmacies and selling them along with his wife, Poonam, a registered nurse and licensed realtor.

But the Maneks had a problem. 

“I was working 65–70 hours a week, every week,” said Ronak. “It was all the milestones, he was missing everything— birthdays, holidays, first steps — for me, that was hard,” said Poonam. “We didn’t have a choice.”

So the Maneks set out to find a business they could run together and earn a healthy living while supporting a lifestyle that allowed for family time. 

That’s where 810 Billiards & Bowling came along with a comprehensive business plan offering multiple streams of revenue and flexibility for franchisees. 

“I can’t think of any line of business that doesn’t have large corporations already in play,” said Ronak. “Ice cream, swim schools, preschools, restaurants, learning, entertaining — to reinvent these categories you have to have a really, really good idea to stand out. We don’t have that. We needed a franchise that would help us.”

The Maneks found that great idea with 810 Billiards & Bowling, which combines several revenue streams under one roof. While most restaurants get customers in with dining and hope to make money from alcohol sales, 810’s menu focuses on fan-favorites with high margins. Think brick-oven pizzas and shareable wing platters, but also an extensive salad menu for the health-conscious. While the food service is streamlined and profitable, the real money lies in the games. Foosball, darts, board games and games like cornhole have a low overhead and high margins while bigger attractions like pool tables and bowling lanes draw customers from miles around.

When the Maneks heard 810 Billiards & Bowling’s pitch, it stopped them in their tracks. 

“Frankly speaking, we were very, very close on signing with another franchise before 810. We were just about to sign when I remembered I had actually forgotten that I had signed up for a meeting with Mike,” Ronak said, referencing Michael Siniscalchi, 810’s CEO and founder. 

“I had already made up my mind that we were going to go for the other franchise, a preschool. Then when I spoke to Mike, I took a deep breath, I knew this was the one,’” he said.

“Budget wise, it fit perfectly,” said Poonam. “In terms of the life we were looking for, everything just kind of matched.”

From then on, the Maneks and Siniscalchi joined forces to bring 810 Billiards & Bowling to Arizona, the brand’s first franchise location and the first location outside of South Carolina. 

“Something about Mike, we felt that he’d live up to his word and guide us properly in this endeavor. He flew to Phoenix first, scouted places and negotiated the lease on our property,” said Ronak.

“Chandler doesn’t have anything like this,” said Poonam. “They have one bowling alley. Nothing small or boutique or locally owned that’s focused on providing that extra level of service where you’re not a number, you’re a person.”

“Providing a venue where people can come and bowl or play a couple games of pool, we’re proud of that. It’s nice to offer the community a venue where you can go with your entire family or have a meeting with your colleagues,” said Ronak. 

Also, 810 Billiards & Bowling’s innovative floor packs attractions and games in a way that allows the store to take up less space, offering franchisees greater options.

“Because we're small, we can be in a very central location,” said Ronak of the location hand-picked by Siniscalchi. “We’re surrounded by a mall, a movie theater, a Target and a Costco. If we went with another brand, we couldn’t fit there,” he said. 

Siniscalchi not only found the location, but shaped the entire corporate operation around accommodating his franchisees. In order to offer the Maneks a strong line of support, he will open a corporate store in Phoenix just miles from the suburbs of Chandler where the Maneks will operate. 

“That’s another bonus, having corporate support in the area,” said Ronak. 

But for the Maneks, the real selling point was the flexible lifestyle Siniscalchi had worked into the business model for franchisees. 

“Mike assured us that if we’re there more often than we want to be, he’ll make sure you have some relief,” said Poonam. “No more 70 hour weeks.”

“Mike said his  time goes more into generating leads for corporate events as an owner,” Ronak said. “He does go to his locations, but it’s more trying to touch base with managers and staff to see if there’s anything he can do to help them. He’s not spending 60–70 hours at the location. Now, Poonam and I can spend 60 hours a week [on our business], but it’s split between the two of us.”

With the Manek family preparing to open its doors for the first time, they feel the sky's the limit. 

“We hope to be the 810 kings of Arizona,” said Ronak. 

To learn more about franchising with 810 Billiards & Bowling, visit https://www.810bowling.com/franchising/

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MORE BRAND INFO
  • NAME

    810 Billiards & Bowling

  • NO. OF UNITS CURRENTLY OPEN:

    3

  • start-up costs

    $1.8M-$3M

  • FRANCHISE FEE:

    50000

  • Liquidity:

    400-500K

INQUIRE ABOUT SERVICES
  • 810 Billiards & Bowling

  • WHY I BOUGHT

810 Billiards & Bowling Signs on Former Pharmacy Founders as Its First Franchisees 

The dine-in entertainment concept has found its first franchisees with Ronak and Poonam Manek, a family of established entrepreneurs looking to break into entertainment. 

810 Billiards & Bowling, an upscale entertainment, dining and bar experience based in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, has sold its first franchise to seasoned entrepreneurs Ronak and Poonam Manek who switched gears into the entertainment business after being bowled over by the exciting concept. The husband-and-wife duo are set to open their first location in Chandler, Arizona in 2021.

Ronak spent the last 18 years practicing as a pharmacist, building a roster of his own pharmacies and selling them along with his wife, Poonam, a registered nurse and licensed realtor.

But the Maneks had a problem. 

“I was working 65–70 hours a week, every week,” said Ronak. “It was all the milestones, he was missing everything— birthdays, holidays, first steps — for me, that was hard,” said Poonam. “We didn’t have a choice.”

So the Maneks set out to find a business they could run together and earn a healthy living while supporting a lifestyle that allowed for family time. 

That’s where 810 Billiards & Bowling came along with a comprehensive business plan offering multiple streams of revenue and flexibility for franchisees. 

“I can’t think of any line of business that doesn’t have large corporations already in play,” said Ronak. “Ice cream, swim schools, preschools, restaurants, learning, entertaining — to reinvent these categories you have to have a really, really good idea to stand out. We don’t have that. We needed a franchise that would help us.”

The Maneks found that great idea with 810 Billiards & Bowling, which combines several revenue streams under one roof. While most restaurants get customers in with dining and hope to make money from alcohol sales, 810’s menu focuses on fan-favorites with high margins. Think brick-oven pizzas and shareable wing platters, but also an extensive salad menu for the health-conscious. While the food service is streamlined and profitable, the real money lies in the games. Foosball, darts, board games and games like cornhole have a low overhead and high margins while bigger attractions like pool tables and bowling lanes draw customers from miles around.

When the Maneks heard 810 Billiards & Bowling’s pitch, it stopped them in their tracks. 

“Frankly speaking, we were very, very close on signing with another franchise before 810. We were just about to sign when I remembered I had actually forgotten that I had signed up for a meeting with Mike,” Ronak said, referencing Michael Siniscalchi, 810’s CEO and founder. 

“I had already made up my mind that we were going to go for the other franchise, a preschool. Then when I spoke to Mike, I took a deep breath, I knew this was the one,’” he said.

“Budget wise, it fit perfectly,” said Poonam. “In terms of the life we were looking for, everything just kind of matched.”

From then on, the Maneks and Siniscalchi joined forces to bring 810 Billiards & Bowling to Arizona, the brand’s first franchise location and the first location outside of South Carolina. 

“Something about Mike, we felt that he’d live up to his word and guide us properly in this endeavor. He flew to Phoenix first, scouted places and negotiated the lease on our property,” said Ronak.

“Chandler doesn’t have anything like this,” said Poonam. “They have one bowling alley. Nothing small or boutique or locally owned that’s focused on providing that extra level of service where you’re not a number, you’re a person.”

“Providing a venue where people can come and bowl or play a couple games of pool, we’re proud of that. It’s nice to offer the community a venue where you can go with your entire family or have a meeting with your colleagues,” said Ronak. 

Also, 810 Billiards & Bowling’s innovative floor packs attractions and games in a way that allows the store to take up less space, offering franchisees greater options.

“Because we're small, we can be in a very central location,” said Ronak of the location hand-picked by Siniscalchi. “We’re surrounded by a mall, a movie theater, a Target and a Costco. If we went with another brand, we couldn’t fit there,” he said. 

Siniscalchi not only found the location, but shaped the entire corporate operation around accommodating his franchisees. In order to offer the Maneks a strong line of support, he will open a corporate store in Phoenix just miles from the suburbs of Chandler where the Maneks will operate. 

“That’s another bonus, having corporate support in the area,” said Ronak. 

But for the Maneks, the real selling point was the flexible lifestyle Siniscalchi had worked into the business model for franchisees. 

“Mike assured us that if we’re there more often than we want to be, he’ll make sure you have some relief,” said Poonam. “No more 70 hour weeks.”

“Mike said his  time goes more into generating leads for corporate events as an owner,” Ronak said. “He does go to his locations, but it’s more trying to touch base with managers and staff to see if there’s anything he can do to help them. He’s not spending 60–70 hours at the location. Now, Poonam and I can spend 60 hours a week [on our business], but it’s split between the two of us.”

With the Manek family preparing to open its doors for the first time, they feel the sky's the limit. 

“We hope to be the 810 kings of Arizona,” said Ronak. 

To learn more about franchising with 810 Billiards & Bowling, visit https://www.810bowling.com/franchising/

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MORE BRAND INFO
  • NAME

    810 Billiards & Bowling

  • NO. OF UNITS CURRENTLY OPEN:

    3

  • start-up costs

    $1.8M-$3M

  • FRANCHISE FEE:

    50000

  • Liquidity:

    400-500K

INQUIRE ABOUT SERVICES
  • 810 Billiards & Bowling

  • WHY I BOUGHT

810 Billiards & Bowling Signs on Former Pharmacy Founders as Its First Franchisees 

The dine-in entertainment concept has found its first franchisees with Ronak and Poonam Manek, a family of established entrepreneurs looking to break into entertainment. 

810 Billiards & Bowling, an upscale entertainment, dining and bar experience based in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, has sold its first franchise to seasoned entrepreneurs Ronak and Poonam Manek who switched gears into the entertainment business after being bowled over by the exciting concept. The husband-and-wife duo are set to open their first location in Chandler, Arizona in 2021.

Ronak spent the last 18 years practicing as a pharmacist, building a roster of his own pharmacies and selling them along with his wife, Poonam, a registered nurse and licensed realtor.

But the Maneks had a problem. 

“I was working 65–70 hours a week, every week,” said Ronak. “It was all the milestones, he was missing everything— birthdays, holidays, first steps — for me, that was hard,” said Poonam. “We didn’t have a choice.”

So the Maneks set out to find a business they could run together and earn a healthy living while supporting a lifestyle that allowed for family time. 

That’s where 810 Billiards & Bowling came along with a comprehensive business plan offering multiple streams of revenue and flexibility for franchisees. 

“I can’t think of any line of business that doesn’t have large corporations already in play,” said Ronak. “Ice cream, swim schools, preschools, restaurants, learning, entertaining — to reinvent these categories you have to have a really, really good idea to stand out. We don’t have that. We needed a franchise that would help us.”

The Maneks found that great idea with 810 Billiards & Bowling, which combines several revenue streams under one roof. While most restaurants get customers in with dining and hope to make money from alcohol sales, 810’s menu focuses on fan-favorites with high margins. Think brick-oven pizzas and shareable wing platters, but also an extensive salad menu for the health-conscious. While the food service is streamlined and profitable, the real money lies in the games. Foosball, darts, board games and games like cornhole have a low overhead and high margins while bigger attractions like pool tables and bowling lanes draw customers from miles around.

When the Maneks heard 810 Billiards & Bowling’s pitch, it stopped them in their tracks. 

“Frankly speaking, we were very, very close on signing with another franchise before 810. We were just about to sign when I remembered I had actually forgotten that I had signed up for a meeting with Mike,” Ronak said, referencing Michael Siniscalchi, 810’s CEO and founder. 

“I had already made up my mind that we were going to go for the other franchise, a preschool. Then when I spoke to Mike, I took a deep breath, I knew this was the one,’” he said.

“Budget wise, it fit perfectly,” said Poonam. “In terms of the life we were looking for, everything just kind of matched.”

From then on, the Maneks and Siniscalchi joined forces to bring 810 Billiards & Bowling to Arizona, the brand’s first franchise location and the first location outside of South Carolina. 

“Something about Mike, we felt that he’d live up to his word and guide us properly in this endeavor. He flew to Phoenix first, scouted places and negotiated the lease on our property,” said Ronak.

“Chandler doesn’t have anything like this,” said Poonam. “They have one bowling alley. Nothing small or boutique or locally owned that’s focused on providing that extra level of service where you’re not a number, you’re a person.”

“Providing a venue where people can come and bowl or play a couple games of pool, we’re proud of that. It’s nice to offer the community a venue where you can go with your entire family or have a meeting with your colleagues,” said Ronak. 

Also, 810 Billiards & Bowling’s innovative floor packs attractions and games in a way that allows the store to take up less space, offering franchisees greater options.

“Because we're small, we can be in a very central location,” said Ronak of the location hand-picked by Siniscalchi. “We’re surrounded by a mall, a movie theater, a Target and a Costco. If we went with another brand, we couldn’t fit there,” he said. 

Siniscalchi not only found the location, but shaped the entire corporate operation around accommodating his franchisees. In order to offer the Maneks a strong line of support, he will open a corporate store in Phoenix just miles from the suburbs of Chandler where the Maneks will operate. 

“That’s another bonus, having corporate support in the area,” said Ronak. 

But for the Maneks, the real selling point was the flexible lifestyle Siniscalchi had worked into the business model for franchisees. 

“Mike assured us that if we’re there more often than we want to be, he’ll make sure you have some relief,” said Poonam. “No more 70 hour weeks.”

“Mike said his  time goes more into generating leads for corporate events as an owner,” Ronak said. “He does go to his locations, but it’s more trying to touch base with managers and staff to see if there’s anything he can do to help them. He’s not spending 60–70 hours at the location. Now, Poonam and I can spend 60 hours a week [on our business], but it’s split between the two of us.”

With the Manek family preparing to open its doors for the first time, they feel the sky's the limit. 

“We hope to be the 810 kings of Arizona,” said Ronak. 

To learn more about franchising with 810 Billiards & Bowling, visit https://www.810bowling.com/franchising/

MAKE IT TREND
MORE BRAND INFO
  • NAME

    810 Billiards & Bowling

  • NO. OF UNITS CURRENTLY OPEN:

    3

  • start-up costs

    $1.8M-$3M

  • FRANCHISE FEE:

    50000

  • Liquidity:

    400-500K

INQUIRE ABOUT SERVICES