Quick Mart The Mini Market is the convenience store franchise of the 21st Century, fulfilling a need that will continue to exist into the future – the need for speed. Quick Mart The Mini Market is a 24-hour convenience store establishment that is your licensing business opportunity.
The company expects to capture market share by becoming the low cost leader in the convenience store industry by significantly reducing one of the primary expenses, which is labor. Through our automated shopping experience, customers will have the chance to shop for everyday items at reduced prices, thus undercutting competition such as 7-11, Am/Pm, Circle K, and other local convenience store chains. The possibilities for expansion are excellent not only in the local area, but in neighboring communities as well.
The company is a sole proprietorship establishment by Quick Mart Holdings Company (QMHC) executives. Our staff has a twenty-year track record in the retail industry to include the acquisition of several corporations throughout Los Angeles County. Quick Mart was created to compete with 7-Eleven in many regards. Licensing purchase price, quality of service, cost of goods to consumers and profitability for the licensee store owner. Quick Mart Holdings Company launched Quick Mart The Mini Market in 2007. QMHC has created a unique licensing program for prospective licensees to purchase their own store without having to pay monthly company fees or advertising fees. The entire purchase process is a turnkey venture from location scouting to complete construction. This program is leaps and bounds better than a 7 eleven and or Circle K offering. At Quick Mart we think of the client first and not how much money they can make us.
Each applicant will have extensive training on all elements of the retail convenience store industry through our operations manual, in store support and monthly performance and evaluation reports.
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Quick Mart The Mini Market will sell the same products as other convenience stores in the same packaging sizes, quality, and quantity as other stores. This includes newspapers, magazines, soft drinks, fruit juices, sport drinks, hot and cold snacks, a limited number of grocery items such as canned soups, microwaveable meals, condiments, bread, auto products such as fuel additives and cleaning supplies, pet supplies, paper products, toothpaste, etc.
All products will be locally or nationally branded such as Frito-Lay, Coca-Cola, Jolly Green Giant, Charmin, Stouffer’s, etc. In addition each computerized transaction machine can dispense cash, stamps, Lotto and phone cards and other coupons and will have the ability to create personal accounts that can display preferred items, retain shopping lists and other services. An automated, interactive “customer service rep” will be able to answer questions and pass on comments to the company’s management.
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Our market is booming. Convenience store industry sales rose 8.6% last year. Overall U.S. retail sales grew by only 6.3%, and grocery sales followed with 2.4% growth, proving once again that the convenience store industry has become a powerful force in U.S. retailing.
Convenience stores serve the entire purchasing population of its geographical area but focuses on customers who need to purchase items outside of normal working hours such as swing shift employees and quick shoppers looking for snacks and related items. Therefore we have segmented our market into night shoppers, quick shoppers, and others. Growth rates for these three segments match the population growth for the surrounding area.
Our main competitor is 7-11, which holds approximately 30% of the industry. Another competitors include Circle K Convenience stores, a $57 billion industry, have long been a staple in the American economy.
From large urban areas to college campuses to all points in between, the convenience store has become a constant, providing the consumer with commonly needed household and food items.
The average gross profit for convenience stores in 2009 was about $477,894. About 20 percent of convenience stores do not sell motor fuel that provides a gross profit margin of only about 6.4 percent. Cigarettes accounted for nearly 36 percent of the sales revenue in convenience stores in 2009, according to the Association for Convenience and Petroleum Retailing. While the average gross revenue per store for cigarettes was about $576,354, the gross profit on those sales was closer to $89,923. Cigarettes are the second highest-ranking profit producers for convenience stores, after nonalcoholic beverages, which provide each store with about 18 percent of its profits.
The U.S. convenience stores industry, one of the world’s largest and fastest growing sectors, presents lucrative investment opportunities for new players.
Despite economic slowdown and financial crisis, the industry has showed a splendid performance in the past few years, with the number of convenience stores continuously rising.
C-stores have greatly benefited from the growth of the overall retail industry. The report found consumers’ increasing appetite for convenient shopping and soaring sales of low-priced non-traditional products have had a positive impact on the U.S. c-stores market, which is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of around 11% during 2011-2014 to reach around $856.5 billion.
The report noted the U.S. has a huge growth potential for the c-store industry as the rise in retail sales and large consumer base have given a significant boost to this sector, and the trend is expected to continue in future. Further, it is expected that the U.S. working population will climb to the level of 211.9 million by 2014-end, and this busy lifestyle of people will drive the country’s c-store market.
In the U.S., the total c-store sales include motor fuel sales and in-store sales. It was found that the motor fuel sales held a major share in the total c-store sales during 2011. The industry is dominated by single store business, and at the state level, Texas, California, Florida and New York accounted for the majority of the total convenience stores’ count during the same period. The U.S. c-store market is moving towards consolidation.
Our start-up requirements can range from $250,000 to $350,000
In-House No Interest Financing with 50% Down Payment when you purchase 2 or more stores. We will consider making just 1 store with the 50% financing for the right client.
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