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Papa Murphy’s pioneered the Take ‘N’ Bake pizza business more than 30 years ago and today enjoys consistent and steady growth, capturing future multi-unit operators who crave the lure of restaurant ownership but want to avoid the stress of restaurant operations. With no baking required in-store and no freezers on site, the initial investment is significantly lower than traditional restaurant concepts. Because the brand doesn’t deliver, shorter hours keep labor costs down and that low overhead allows Papa Murphy’s to offer its signature, freshly made products at prices significantly lower than competitors’ straight-out-of-the-oven pizza.
Why Papa Murphys Franchise?
$623,498 average annual unit sales in 2015 (see 2016 FDD -  Item 19)
 
Start-up cost that range from $279,455 - $492,861
 
Operational simplicity: no baking, no ovens, no delivery, no dining room and no late hours
 
Predictable costs of goods due to superior supply chain management
 
Consumer appeal: Voted "#1 Pizza Chain" in several national surveys year after year 
How much money does a franchise generate?
The top third stores averaged annual unit sales of $935,006 in 2015
 
* Based on data from a total of 1,358 domestic franchisee and company owned stores open and operating for all of the trailing 52 weeks ending September 28, 2015. Of said stores, 550 met or exceeded the stated average units. Your performance may differ. Further information is available in our Franchise Disclosure Document. 
How much does it cost?
How much does it cost to buy a Papa Murphy's franchise?  The initial investment ranges from $279,455 to $492,861
 
Minimum liquid assets of $80,000
 
Minimum net worth of $275,000
 

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