What sets Device Pitstop apart from other technology-focused franchise opportunities out there? Multiple revenue streams. Find out about those multiple revenue streams and more from COO Chad Olson in this quick video.
AVERAGE NET SALES FOR
DEVICE PITSTOP STORES
WAS $458,701 IN 2016!*
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*$458,701 is the average net sales of all 9 franchised Device Pitstop® stores in operation for the entire calendar year ended December 31, 2016. Of the 9 franchised stores included in the average net sales, 5 stores (56%) met or exceeded the average net sales. There is no assurance, however, that you will do as well. See Item 19 of the Device Pitstop® Franchise Disclosure Document dated April 19, 2017, for more information.
**$104,000-$159,000 is the cost of opening a Device Pitstop if using the lease option. See Item 7 of the Device Pitstop® Franchise Disclosure Document dated April 19, 2017, for more information.
***$829,747 is the average net sales of the four stores with the highest net sales for the 2017 calendar year. There is no assurance, however, that you will do as well. See Item 19 of the Device Pitstop® Franchise Disclosure Document dated April 19, 2017, for more information.
Net sales is gross sales minus returns, taxes, discounts and coupons.
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