Apricot Lane - Franchise
Quick Franchise Summary
Apricot Lane is THE women's fashion boutique franchise combining the fashion and gift industries. We are a dynamic, fast reacting, truly unique fashion retail store located in high traffic shopping centers. Find out more by requesting information today!
Franchise Cost, Fees & Facts for 2019
|Minimum Cash Required||$75,000|
|Net Worth Required||$250,000|
|Total Investment||$133,850 – $341,800|
|# of Existing Units||80|
|Training & Support||Yes|
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Apricot Lane - Franchise Information
TRAINING AND SUPPORT SERVICES
- Home Training (40 hours)
- Classroom Training in the Beautiful Sacramento Valley (5 days)
- On Location Training (3-5 days) 120 Day, Post-opening Support
Continuing Support: While training prepares you to own your own boutique, we also provide you with resources that will help you promote your boutique and build your business well after your opening.
Marketing Support: We supply many unique and different programs so you can decide through experience and marketing analysis what will work best in your market area, making marketing inexpensive and easy to use.
Apricot Lane Boutiques are regularly featured in fashion and popular culture media across the US and the franchise is routinely ranked in Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500.
“I had always wanted to open a Boutique and at one time actually thought I would just open one on my own. One day while researching Boutique Franchises I discovered the Apricot Lane Franchise. What a blessing that I decided to pick up the phone that day and make the call. Making a smart investment and good financial decisions were very important to me and I learned quickly that the Apricot Lane Franchise would help me accomplish that. Now, after more than I year into this I am so happy to say I could not have had the success I do without the wonderful resources and support the Apricot Lane Franchise has given me. I highly recommend the Apricot Lane Franchise”. Loni Beinek, Bismarck ND
“I started the store four years ago with the idea of having moms and daughters come shopping together to have a wonderful experience, and it still holds true today. We also see grandma tagging along! We donate to charities, we offer summer fashion camp and we work with girls and their high schools to teach them about fashion” Wendy Lytle, Louisville, KY