Steps to Ownership
1. Get Started. Review this website and request a franchise kit to learn more about our franchise opportunity.
2. Discuss the Opportunity. Once you have expressed interest in The Crepe Company franchise opportunity, a franchise representative will get in touch with you to discuss the opportunity. Feel free to contact us at any time with questions.
3. Due Diligence. Take lots of time to review the information we provide you about our franchise opportunity, research the business, and make sure to ask any questions you might have. It’s important to really understand the opportunity and learn all that you can at one of our Discovery Day events that are held in markets across the region.
Your franchise representative will provide you all the details and present you with a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) to assist in your due diligence.
4. Sign Agreement. With your due diligence completed, and the decision to own a Crepe Company franchise made, it’s time to sign your franchise agreement.
5. Training. Now that you’re a Crepe Company Franchisee, your training will begin and you may start searching for a market (if you haven’t already).
6. Opening. After you complete training, purchase your Mobile Creperie Package equipment, it’s time to open! We’ll be with you all the way, providing unheard of support from operations to marketing.
Welcome to The Crepe Company Family!
For more information on our franchise opportunity, please download a The Crepe Company Franchise Kit by completing the form below. To speak with someone immediately, call 407-536-6109 and we’ll connect you with our Franchise Sales Director.
This information is not intended as an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy a franchise. It is for information purposes only. An offer is made only by a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). The Crepe Company franchises will not be sold to any resident of any state until the offering has been exempted from the requirements of, or duly registered in and declared effective by, such state, and the required FDD (if any) has been delivered to the prospective franchisee before the sale in compliance with applicable law.
Currently, certain states regulate the offer and sale of franchises. In the U.S., states that regulate the offer and sale of franchises include California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin. If you reside in one of these states, or even if you reside elsewhere, you may have certain rights under applicable franchise laws or regulations.