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Unlike many other franchises in the United States and Canada the start-up costs of establishing an Extreme Pita franchise are, in our opinion, reasonable. Please contact us at 1-888-729-PITA (7482) or complete a franchise application so that we can provide you with additional details on the start-up costs of an Extreme Pita in your region.

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Canadian Initial Investment Chart
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CANADA INITIAL INVESTMENT

The following is an estimate of the initial investment required by you to establish your Extreme Pita Franchise:

IN CANADIAN DOLLARS ($)

Break-Down For:

Lower Cost Store*

Higher Cost Store*

Initial Franchise Fee $20,000 $20,000
Travel and living expenses while training $0 $3,000
First Month’s Rent & Lease Deposit
(NOTE: In some cases (e.g. downtown urban food courts)
these amounts may exceed $20,000)
$2,000 $20,000
Real estate Brokerage Fees (if applicable) $0 $5,000
Leasehold Improvements $75,000 $150,000
Renovation and Remodelling $15,000 $115,000
Equipment & Furniture $50,000 $85,000
Freight Charges $1,500 $3,000
Interior & Exterior Signage $10,000 $21,500
Architectural Design and Mechanical Fee $5,000 $11,500
Construction Management Fee $0 $20,000
Grand Opening Expenditure (a minimum of) $7,500 $7,500
Opening Inventory $5,000 $7,500
Deposits - phone, utilities $500 $2,500
Municipal and Provincial Permits and Licenses $0 $1,500
Professional fees $1,000 $3,000
Software and Hardware $500 $1,500
Working Capital $15,000 $25,000
Uniforms $500 $1,000
Security System and Safe $0 $4,000

* Costs are subject to change without notice.

Note: The above-noted figures do not include GST (or HST OR QST) or PST. GST (or HST OR QST) may be refundable to the Franchisee. PST is charged on equipment, furniture, and graphics

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

This estimated range is based on the cost to build out a street front Extreme Pita Store (without any offices, apartments or other uses above the restaurant facility) consisting of 1,100 to 1,200 square feet. Larger locations and Extreme Pita Stores located in food courts or other non-traditional locations may be measurably more or less expensive based upon the facility design and other criteria imposed upon you by the landlord and the location of your Store. These costs also assume that the landlord provides you with a standard “Vanilla Shell” prior to the date you begin making your leasehold improvements. The costs to complete your leasehold improvements will vary widely and may be significantly higher than projected in this table, depending on such factors as the city or town in which you propose to operate, property location, population density, economic climate, prevailing interest rates and other financing costs, the conditions of the property, current building code requirements, current permit requirements, and the extent of alterations required for the property. You should investigate all of these costs in the area where you wish to establish your Extreme Pita Store and the costs associated with modifying the specific property in which you choose to locate your Extreme Pita Store. In some limited cases, these costs have added more than $25,000 to the cost of opening an Extreme Pita Store. Your costs will also be higher if your landlord does not provide you with a Vanilla Shell finish. The estimates do not include exterior renovations to your Extreme Pita Store.

Additional details on the cost to purchase an Extreme Pita franchise can be found in our Franchise Disclosure Document.

UNITED STATES INITIAL INVESTMENT

In US Dollars ($)

Type of Expense

Lower Cost Store*

Higher Cost Store*

Initial Franchise Fee $20,000 $20,000
Travel and living expenses while training $1,000 $5,000
Lease deposit + 3 months rent $9,500 $22,000
Lease Negotiation Fee $0 $3,000
Leasehold improvements $50,000 $150,000
Construction Management Fee $2,500 $25,000
Equipment & furniture $30,000 $55,000
Uniforms $500 $1,000
Freight charges $0 $5,000
Signage $6,000 $23,000
Architectural Design & Engineering Fee $2,000 $10,000
Opening advertising $7,500 $7,500
Opening inventory $4,000 $6,000
Miscellaneous expenses: deposits, permits and licenses, professional fees, etc. $1,000 $5,000
Software, hardware and POS system $6,500 $8,000
Working capital for the first 3 months $15,000 $30,000
Security system (including monitoring costs) $0 $3,000
Insurance $1,500 $3,500

* Costs are subject to change without notice.

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

This estimate is based on the cost to build out a street front Extreme Pita Store (without any offices, apartments or other uses above the restaurant facility) consisting of 1,100 to 1,200 square feet. Larger locations and Extreme Pita Stores located in food courts or other non-traditional locations may be more expensive based upon the facility design and other criteria imposed upon you by the landlord. These costs also assume that the landlord provides you with a standard “Vanilla Shell” prior to the date you begin your leasehold improvements. The costs to complete your leasehold improvements will vary widely and may be significantly higher than projected in this table, depending on such factors as the city or town in which you propose to operate, property location, population density, economic climate, prevailing interest rates and other financing costs, the conditions of the property, current building code requirements, current permit requirements, implementation and enforcement of the Americans With Disabilities Act in particular jurisdictions, and the extent of alterations required for the property. You should investigate all of these costs in the area where you wish to establish your Extreme Pita Store and the costs associated with modifying the specific property in which you choose to locate your Extreme Pita Store. In some limited cases, these costs have added more than $50,000 to the cost of opening an Extreme Pita Store. Your costs will also be higher if your landlord does not provide you with a Vanilla Shell finish or if you select a location greater than 1,200 square feet. To avoid excessive leasehold improvement costs, we strongly recommend that you select your contractor carefully by obtaining several bids prior to signing a construction contract. The estimates do not include exterior renovations to your Extreme Pita Store.

Additional details on the cost to purchase an Extreme Pita franchise can be found in our Franchise Disclosure Document (USA).

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