- Joined Dec 21, 2003
interesting. i used to think about the same thing too, along with laundromats and liquor stores.
Originally Posted by KenJi714
The hardest part is how to find money to invest in your business. I always wanted to open a mini restaurant selling fast food and drinks etc but got turned down by the bank twice already. SMH sometime i even think about doing illegal stuff so i can generate some capital for my future business but the inner good guy in me kept saying no.
I heard that one of the franchises is like 250 to get in. Seriously though I've been wanting one of these for awhile, just never had any people with money who wanted to get in.Originally Posted by Crank Lucas
One by me has been open for a while now and I can tell its CAKING. I mean you pay for the machine which is a huge one time fee, but besides that rent/water and workers? which most workers are "desperate looking for job people" that work long hours very little pay, its basically the chick at the counter just collecting straight CASH, no checks.
Plus the little walk in store as they take your car is a mini mart itself which basically brings in enough to cover the rent, so your raking in pure profitI mean is there some license you may need or something I dont know about
I wouldnt mind running one or multiple in the future