If You Have a Question, We Have an Answer. These FAQs apply ONLY to U.S. franchises.
A. Simply click here to complete our franchise application, specifying which Kahala Brands concept you are interested in. Upon receipt and review, we will contact you with next steps.
A. With any of our brands we require a minimum range of $50K – $100K in working capital. Please contact us directly or visit the brand’s website for information on financial requirements for the brand(s) you are interested in.
A. Kahala Brands has established partnerships with a number of lending institutions offering programs specifically designed to help our franchisees with equipment and construction costs.
A. With help from a member of our real estate team, an authorized broker or your designated regional representative, we provide assistance in finding and selecting a location that fits your needs.
A. The standard term of our franchise agreement is 10 years.
A. Yes. However, royalty fees vary by brand. This information can be located in Item 6 of the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) for any given Kahala Brands concept.
A. Yes. However, advertising fees vary by brand. This information can be located in Item 6 of the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) for any given Kahala Brands concept.
A. This is contingent on how much construction is required to build out your store. On average, once your franchise agreement has been signed this process can take an average of 4 to 12 months for traditional locations.
A. We offer a comprehensive training program that delivers all the tools you need to efficiently operate your restaurant. Prior to opening, you will receive in-store training that outlines the operational systems used in your restaurant. Additionally, you will be issued your operations manual and toolkit. Upon completion of your in-store training you will spend five days at the Kahala Training & Education Center (KTEC) in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona!
A. Kahala Brands prides itself on the level of support we offer our franchisees. We refer to this process as our “conveyor belt of support” and it starts from the time you complete an application. For more information on our in-house support team click here.
A. Yes. We have programs in place to offer co-branded, non-traditional, multi-unit and area development opportunities.
A. This is completely up to you and how you operate your store. Federal Trade Commission rules permit, but does not require franchisors to include representations about financial performance in their disclosure documents. Kahala Franchising, L.L.C. has elected not to provide financial performance representations for its brands. However, we agree it is a critical question in making your decision. We encourage you to speak with our current franchisees to learn about the performance of their location(s) and best practices.