|Investment Level||$100,000 to $250,000|
|Location Benefits||As a Good Feet Store franchisee you will enjoy an exclusive geographical area, otherwise known as DMA. No other franchise store will operate within|
|Concept||Good Feet Stores sell a proprietary product line of arch supports – available only at The Good Feet Store – plus a selection of shoes and foot-related accessories.|
|Ideal For||Do You Fit the Good Feet Store Footprint? Does selling quality products and inspiring people to live a healthy and active lifestyle motivate you? Then a Good Feet franchise might be the perfect business opportunity.|
What Are The Startup Costs?
Low initial investment with high return on investment potential
With the initial investment estimate for a Good Feet Store ranging between $117,670
and $183,175 (See Item 7 of our Franchise Disclosure Document for more details),
Good Feet is a relatively low-cost investment opportunity – especially when
compared to other health related and retail franchise opportunities.
Why is our initial investment so low?
Three key reasons:
Benefits of a Good Feet Store Franchise
Serves the needs of a large and broad market: people searching for relief of foot, knee, hip, and back pain.
A category leader with few direct competitors
Attractive unit level economics: a proven model, The Good Feet Store is designed to generate some of the highest sales per square foot in the industry
Comprehensive branding and marketing: campaign materials and support – broadcast, in-store, online and collateral