The Salad Station INFO

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About The Salad Station

Founded in 2012 by now-president Scott Henderson with the support of his mother and business partner Cindy Henderson, The Salad Station continues the legacy of the Henderson family’s deep passion for farming, fresh ingredients and exceptional value. The Salad Station’s self-serve, pay-by-the-pound approach benefits guests by bringing purpose to their bowls and reducing waste while also supporting franchise partners by translating to a low-cost labor model. With over 100 toppings and a hot bar, the Salad Station offers triple the choices of other BYO salad companies—including gourmet selections without the premium price tags. The brand continues to innovate with an ever-evolving menu, on-the-spot chop or wrap options and the recent launch of its automated salad-building machine with touch screen customization, SALLY. The Salad Station’s commitment to a bountiful salad bar that is always “Fresh, Full, Clean” make the franchise truly unique and has contributed to a footprint of nearly 20 units and growing. For more information about franchising with The Salad Station, please visit https://thesaladstation.com/franchising

 

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Why The Salad Station

The Salad Station’s business model is simple, and the hours of operation promote a healthy work-life balance thanks to a closed-on-Sundays policy and clean-up that gets the staff out the door by 9 p.m. From a business standpoint, The Salad Station offers strong unit-level economics and a track record of success. Its day part attracts business-minded investors looking to add a brand with a proven model to their portfolios. Additionally, many franchisees came to the brand as guests who loved the experience, product and community feel.

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How Much Does It Cost:

The total investment necessary to begin operation of a The Salad Station franchised business is between $198,650 and $354,900. This includes between $35,000 to $36,000 that must be paid to the franchisor or its affiliate(s).

 

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Leadership

Scott Henderson: President 

Cindy Henderson: Co-Founder

Kristin Calfee: Marketing Manager

John Mike Heroman: Franchise Development

Garrick Robert: Director of Franchise Operations

Amy Shaw: Branding

Haleigh Sharp: Marketing

Kevin Laurent: Training Director

Brandon Moskau: New Business Development

Omar Herrara: New Store Openings

Frankie Milazzo: Technology Manager

Michael Duncan: Procurement

Justin Esser: Procurement

The Salad Station Franchise Testimonial

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  • NAME

    The Salad Station

  • NO. OF UNITS CURRENTLY OPEN:

    20

  • start-up costs

    $198,650 - $354,900

  • FRANCHISE FEE:

    $32,000

  • ROYALTY:

    5.5%

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The Salad Station INFO

video

About The Salad Station

Founded in 2012 by now-president Scott Henderson with the support of his mother and business partner Cindy Henderson, The Salad Station continues the legacy of the Henderson family’s deep passion for farming, fresh ingredients and exceptional value. The Salad Station’s self-serve, pay-by-the-pound approach benefits guests by bringing purpose to their bowls and reducing waste while also supporting franchise partners by translating to a low-cost labor model. With over 100 toppings and a hot bar, the Salad Station offers triple the choices of other BYO salad companies—including gourmet selections without the premium price tags. The brand continues to innovate with an ever-evolving menu, on-the-spot chop or wrap options and the recent launch of its automated salad-building machine with touch screen customization, SALLY. The Salad Station’s commitment to a bountiful salad bar that is always “Fresh, Full, Clean” make the franchise truly unique and has contributed to a footprint of nearly 20 units and growing. For more information about franchising with The Salad Station, please visit https://thesaladstation.com/franchising

 

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Why The Salad Station

The Salad Station’s business model is simple, and the hours of operation promote a healthy work-life balance thanks to a closed-on-Sundays policy and clean-up that gets the staff out the door by 9 p.m. From a business standpoint, The Salad Station offers strong unit-level economics and a track record of success. Its day part attracts business-minded investors looking to add a brand with a proven model to their portfolios. Additionally, many franchisees came to the brand as guests who loved the experience, product and community feel.

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How Much Does It Cost:

The total investment necessary to begin operation of a The Salad Station franchised business is between $198,650 and $354,900. This includes between $35,000 to $36,000 that must be paid to the franchisor or its affiliate(s).

 

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Leadership

Scott Henderson: President 

Cindy Henderson: Co-Founder

Kristin Calfee: Marketing Manager

John Mike Heroman: Franchise Development

Garrick Robert: Director of Franchise Operations

Amy Shaw: Branding

Haleigh Sharp: Marketing

Kevin Laurent: Training Director

Brandon Moskau: New Business Development

Omar Herrara: New Store Openings

Frankie Milazzo: Technology Manager

Michael Duncan: Procurement

Justin Esser: Procurement

The Salad Station Franchise Testimonial

MAKE IT TREND
MORE BRAND INFO
  • NAME

    The Salad Station

  • NO. OF UNITS CURRENTLY OPEN:

    20

  • start-up costs

    $198,650 - $354,900

  • FRANCHISE FEE:

    $32,000

  • ROYALTY:

    5.5%

INQUIRE ABOUT SERVICES

The Salad Station INFO

video

About The Salad Station

Founded in 2012 by now-president Scott Henderson with the support of his mother and business partner Cindy Henderson, The Salad Station continues the legacy of the Henderson family’s deep passion for farming, fresh ingredients and exceptional value. The Salad Station’s self-serve, pay-by-the-pound approach benefits guests by bringing purpose to their bowls and reducing waste while also supporting franchise partners by translating to a low-cost labor model. With over 100 toppings and a hot bar, the Salad Station offers triple the choices of other BYO salad companies—including gourmet selections without the premium price tags. The brand continues to innovate with an ever-evolving menu, on-the-spot chop or wrap options and the recent launch of its automated salad-building machine with touch screen customization, SALLY. The Salad Station’s commitment to a bountiful salad bar that is always “Fresh, Full, Clean” make the franchise truly unique and has contributed to a footprint of nearly 20 units and growing. For more information about franchising with The Salad Station, please visit https://thesaladstation.com/franchising

 

video

Why The Salad Station

The Salad Station’s business model is simple, and the hours of operation promote a healthy work-life balance thanks to a closed-on-Sundays policy and clean-up that gets the staff out the door by 9 p.m. From a business standpoint, The Salad Station offers strong unit-level economics and a track record of success. Its day part attracts business-minded investors looking to add a brand with a proven model to their portfolios. Additionally, many franchisees came to the brand as guests who loved the experience, product and community feel.

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How Much Does It Cost:

The total investment necessary to begin operation of a The Salad Station franchised business is between $198,650 and $354,900. This includes between $35,000 to $36,000 that must be paid to the franchisor or its affiliate(s).

 

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Leadership

Scott Henderson: President 

Cindy Henderson: Co-Founder

Kristin Calfee: Marketing Manager

John Mike Heroman: Franchise Development

Garrick Robert: Director of Franchise Operations

Amy Shaw: Branding

Haleigh Sharp: Marketing

Kevin Laurent: Training Director

Brandon Moskau: New Business Development

Omar Herrara: New Store Openings

Frankie Milazzo: Technology Manager

Michael Duncan: Procurement

Justin Esser: Procurement

The Salad Station Franchise Testimonial

MAKE IT TREND
MORE BRAND INFO
  • NAME

    The Salad Station

  • NO. OF UNITS CURRENTLY OPEN:

    20

  • start-up costs

    $198,650 - $354,900

  • FRANCHISE FEE:

    $32,000

  • ROYALTY:

    5.5%

INQUIRE ABOUT SERVICES

The Salad Station INFO

video

About The Salad Station

Founded in 2012 by now-president Scott Henderson with the support of his mother and business partner Cindy Henderson, The Salad Station continues the legacy of the Henderson family’s deep passion for farming, fresh ingredients and exceptional value. The Salad Station’s self-serve, pay-by-the-pound approach benefits guests by bringing purpose to their bowls and reducing waste while also supporting franchise partners by translating to a low-cost labor model. With over 100 toppings and a hot bar, the Salad Station offers triple the choices of other BYO salad companies—including gourmet selections without the premium price tags. The brand continues to innovate with an ever-evolving menu, on-the-spot chop or wrap options and the recent launch of its automated salad-building machine with touch screen customization, SALLY. The Salad Station’s commitment to a bountiful salad bar that is always “Fresh, Full, Clean” make the franchise truly unique and has contributed to a footprint of nearly 20 units and growing. For more information about franchising with The Salad Station, please visit https://thesaladstation.com/franchising

 

video

Why The Salad Station

The Salad Station’s business model is simple, and the hours of operation promote a healthy work-life balance thanks to a closed-on-Sundays policy and clean-up that gets the staff out the door by 9 p.m. From a business standpoint, The Salad Station offers strong unit-level economics and a track record of success. Its day part attracts business-minded investors looking to add a brand with a proven model to their portfolios. Additionally, many franchisees came to the brand as guests who loved the experience, product and community feel.

video

How Much Does It Cost:

The total investment necessary to begin operation of a The Salad Station franchised business is between $198,650 and $354,900. This includes between $35,000 to $36,000 that must be paid to the franchisor or its affiliate(s).

 

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Leadership

Scott Henderson: President 

Cindy Henderson: Co-Founder

Kristin Calfee: Marketing Manager

John Mike Heroman: Franchise Development

Garrick Robert: Director of Franchise Operations

Amy Shaw: Branding

Haleigh Sharp: Marketing

Kevin Laurent: Training Director

Brandon Moskau: New Business Development

Omar Herrara: New Store Openings

Frankie Milazzo: Technology Manager

Michael Duncan: Procurement

Justin Esser: Procurement

The Salad Station Franchise Testimonial

MAKE IT TREND
MORE BRAND INFO
  • NAME

    The Salad Station

  • NO. OF UNITS CURRENTLY OPEN:

    20

  • start-up costs

    $198,650 - $354,900

  • FRANCHISE FEE:

    $32,000

  • ROYALTY:

    5.5%

INQUIRE ABOUT SERVICES

The Salad Station INFO

video

About The Salad Station

Founded in 2012 by now-president Scott Henderson with the support of his mother and business partner Cindy Henderson, The Salad Station continues the legacy of the Henderson family’s deep passion for farming, fresh ingredients and exceptional value. The Salad Station’s self-serve, pay-by-the-pound approach benefits guests by bringing purpose to their bowls and reducing waste while also supporting franchise partners by translating to a low-cost labor model. With over 100 toppings and a hot bar, the Salad Station offers triple the choices of other BYO salad companies—including gourmet selections without the premium price tags. The brand continues to innovate with an ever-evolving menu, on-the-spot chop or wrap options and the recent launch of its automated salad-building machine with touch screen customization, SALLY. The Salad Station’s commitment to a bountiful salad bar that is always “Fresh, Full, Clean” make the franchise truly unique and has contributed to a footprint of nearly 20 units and growing. For more information about franchising with The Salad Station, please visit https://thesaladstation.com/franchising

 

video

Why The Salad Station

The Salad Station’s business model is simple, and the hours of operation promote a healthy work-life balance thanks to a closed-on-Sundays policy and clean-up that gets the staff out the door by 9 p.m. From a business standpoint, The Salad Station offers strong unit-level economics and a track record of success. Its day part attracts business-minded investors looking to add a brand with a proven model to their portfolios. Additionally, many franchisees came to the brand as guests who loved the experience, product and community feel.

video

How Much Does It Cost:

The total investment necessary to begin operation of a The Salad Station franchised business is between $198,650 and $354,900. This includes between $35,000 to $36,000 that must be paid to the franchisor or its affiliate(s).

 

video

Leadership

Scott Henderson: President 

Cindy Henderson: Co-Founder

Kristin Calfee: Marketing Manager

John Mike Heroman: Franchise Development

Garrick Robert: Director of Franchise Operations

Amy Shaw: Branding

Haleigh Sharp: Marketing

Kevin Laurent: Training Director

Brandon Moskau: New Business Development

Omar Herrara: New Store Openings

Frankie Milazzo: Technology Manager

Michael Duncan: Procurement

Justin Esser: Procurement

The Salad Station Franchise Testimonial

MAKE IT TREND
MORE BRAND INFO
  • NAME

    The Salad Station

  • NO. OF UNITS CURRENTLY OPEN:

    20

  • start-up costs

    $198,650 - $354,900

  • FRANCHISE FEE:

    $32,000

  • ROYALTY:

    5.5%

INQUIRE ABOUT SERVICES