Samurai Sam’s FDD Summary
Type of Business
As a franchisee, you will operate a restaurant called Samurai Sam’s® Teriyaki Grill, also known as Samurai Sam’s®, preparing and serving specialized Japanese fast food and related menu items.
The franchisor is Kahala Franchising, L.L.C. Kahala Franchising is an Arizona limited liability company which was formed on December 29, 2008 for the purpose of owning all the intellectual property assets and franchising business of Kahala Franchise Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kahala Corp. and Cold Stone Creamery, Inc. which is an indirect and wholly subsidiary of Kahala.
The total investment necessary to begin operation of a Samurai Sam’s franchise ranges from $110,150 to $543,050 for a traditional franchise unit constructed as free-standing restaurant; from $110,150 to $458,050 for a traditional franchise unit located within a shopping mall, strip center, or similar venue: and $100,150 to $345,550 for a non-traditional franchise unit.