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Contact: Jamie Dillon
Phone: 866-333-9163, ext. 302
LunchboxWax LAUNCHES FRANCHISE REFERRAL PROGRAM, GIVES $4,000 FOR SIGNED AGREEMENTS
— Chic, wax-only salon concept generates leads by encouraging word-of-mouth referrals and paying well for signed franchise agreements —
March 4, 2014, Boise, ID — LunchboxWax, known for its viral brand that happily encourages all to “Bare Your Beauty,” announced its LunchboxWax Franchise Referral Program to encourage people to suggest viable candidates for franchise ownership. Signed agreements result in a $4,000 payment to qualified participants.
LunchboxWax is accepting referrals between now and July 31, 2014, and will pay the sum if a franchise agreement is executed on or before December 31. While brokers are excluded from the promotion, the population at large is encouraged to scour their contacts lists to suggest people who may be interested in a new business venture.
“Those who know us love us, so it made sense to have our loyal guests and friends help us make connections as we work to grow our young franchise,” LunchboxWax Founder + CEO Debi Lane said.
Named in Entrepreneur Magazine’s December 2013 top 10 categories in franchising, LunchboxWax launched its national franchise program to answer growing consumer demand for expertly trained estheticians trained for the sole purpose of speed waxing in an environment that is dedicated to each guest’s comfort. LunchboxWax has salons open or commitments for franchises in Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Florida and Georgia, with intent to award franchise agreements in other progressive areas in 30 states.
From December 1, 2012, to November 30, 2013, annual gross revenue for the corporate store in Boise, Idaho, was $488,314.01. The company’s flagship salon operates as a Two-Suite Boutique Box. Most franchises sold will feature a Four-Suite Complete Box configuration. For more on LunchboxWax Referral Program, visit LunchboxWax.com.
All financial information is as shown in Section 19 of the LunchboxWax Franchise’s Franchise Disclosure Document (“FDD”) and will be disclosed to potential franchisees during the awarding process. This is not an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to buy. Offers are only made in states where we have complied with applicable law and an offer to sell or a solicitation of any offer to buy a franchise shall be made solely by a Franchise Disclosure Document.