Franchise still available in Canada, Nevada, Texas, Washington, DC, Florida, New York, and selected areas in California.
Are you interested in partnering with a world class food company with the most unique product offering to hit the QSR
industry in years? Were excited about the opportunities too! Agemono Boy fried products and operations are proven. Backed
by over six years of operating experience and over 240 stores in Japan and other areas in Asia, we are part of the Wakamoto
Group family with various restaurant concepts in Japan and other areas in Asia.
In order to ensure product integrity and operational excellence in our growth plans, we have created a basic profile for
our partnership program. Below are the minimal criteria for all candidates:
1. Operations Experience
Applicants must have general management and operating experience of quick service food operations in the market of interest.
2. Capital Requirements
All applicants must possess or have access to capital sufficient to fund the café in the market of interest. The estimated
initial investment required ranges from $25,000 to $75,000 for each café. This sum does not include real estate aquisition,
building improvements or rent for the premises.
All applicants must be willing to commit to full time efforts in developing new units over time. We believe strongly in
our philosophy of high quality products, and operational excellence. This takes dedication and commitment. We actively seek
partners who believe in our offering and are philosophically aligned with us!
If so, please download Request for Consideration Form, complete it and fax it back to our corporate office. This will
better help us to evaluate the fit for our franchise program.
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Thank you for your interest in Agemono Boy and your support of the best Fried food in the World!
This advertisement is not an offering. An offering can only be made by a prospectus filed first with the Department of
Law of the State of New York. Such filing does not constitute approval by the Department of Law.
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