Martinizing Dry Cleaning is the most powerful brand in the $10 Billion Dollar dry cleaning industry. Dry Cleaning is ranked 4th in the 10 best producing businesses by USA Today. Learn more about this exciting opportunity!
To buy a franchise with Martinizing Dry Cleaning, you'll need to have at least $100,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $500,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $60,000 - $385,000. Martinizing Dry Cleaning charges a franchise fee of $69,500. *
|Home Office:||Berkeley, MI|
Martinizing has more than 60 years of innovation & leadership experience within the dry cleaning industry. Our system was developed in 1949 when Henry Martin recognized that it was feasible for smaller, full service dry cleaning plants to provide quick service cost effectively. That began Martinizing, the pioneer of on-premise; quick dry cleaning service, and more than a 60 year history of the Martinizing System. Here is a little bit more about Martinizing:
Owning a Martinizing Dry Cleaning Franchise combines your entrepreneurial dream with the resources, experience, and knowledge of a major player in the industry. With Martinizing, you are teaming up with a veteran – an experienced franchisor with a strong history of franchise development and support. You don’t have to re-invent the wheel. We provide a time-tested business model, as well as training, manuals, and operating procedures.
We use the latest, cutting-edge marketing programs that quickly ramp up your sales and have the support of the very best real estate team using Neilsen-Claritas demographics and location process to find the best available site for your store. Being a part of our franchise, your fellow dry cleaning franchisees support you and your business by providing advice, new ideas, and a true feeling of camaraderie. Second and third generations continuously choose the dry cleaning business simply because it provides them with a wonderful lifestyle, excellent income, and long-term equity in a very stable business.
Our ideal candidate will not be looking for a job as a dry cleaner, but a long-term business opportunity and typically, multi-unit ownership. Here are attributes of our highest performing dry cleaner franchisees:
How does a Martinizing Dry Cleaning franchisee work on the business, not in the business?
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Interested parties should have at least $100,000 in liquid capital to invest.