Potential franchisees often have a variety of questions about franchising with Scramblers. We’ve done our best to compile the common ones and provide you with answers here. Get all the help you need by checking out our franchise FAQs below. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
Your Questions Answered
What are the financial requirements to become a Scrambler's franchise owner?
We require a minimum net worth of $500,000 and at least $150,000 in liquid capital. Get more information by visiting our Investment page.
How much does it cost to open a Scramblers franchise?
Our initial investment, based on our most recent Franchise Disclosure Document, ranges from $450,000-$860,000. Learn more on our Investment page.
How long does the Scramblers franchise process take?
What are my financing options?
How much traning and support will I receive?
While many people focus just on the financials, this is one of the most important questions about franchising you can ask. Scramblers provides support through each step in the franchise process (and beyond), including site selection and location buildout. As a Scramblers franchise owner, you’re part of our family.
As a new franchisee, you will attend an immersive two-week training program at one of our corporate restaurants. But, Scramblers’ franchisee support doesn’t stop with your grand opening, our team will visit our franchisees every 90 days. On top of this, each quarter we hold meetings with the entire franchisee system to keep everyone connected and informed. Furthermore, the Scramblers’ leadership team is always on call to help with your marketing and operational needs.
How big is the average Scramblers location?
Scramblers has identified the ideal store size as about 3,500 square feet. See our expanding list of available markets.
Where did Scramblers get its start?
Our first restaurant was opened in Ohio more than 30 years ago by Philip Buerk, and his son Shain, who believed in the tradition of eating meals together as a family. Check out Our Story and what makes Scramblers’ breakfast franchise model eggcellent.