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THREE BUSINESS MODELS. INCREASED FLEXIBILITY. HIGH REVENUE POTENTIAL.

DMK Burger Bar is the Perfect Opportunity in the Restaurant Industry.

THREE BUSINESS MODELS. INCREASED FLEXIBILITY. HIGH REVENUE POTENTIAL.

DMK Burger Bar is the Perfect Opportunity in the Restaurant Industry.

INVESTMENTBREAKDOWN

The initial investment range for a DMK Burger Bar’s Full-Service Restaurant Model is between $494,000 and $779,500. The initial investment range for our Non-Traditional Site Model and our Mall Model are between $328,000 and $479,000. Your actual burger franchise costs include items like your franchise fee but are also determined by the type of model that you open, the market in which you open, and the type and condition of your chosen real estate.

The franchise fee for a single unit is $40,000. For highly qualified candidates, we are happy to offer multi-unit franchise fees at a discounted price.

Our financial requirements are based on the availability of $200,000 in liquid capital, a net worth of $500,000+ and a high credit score.

Food Court Location
In-Line Location

Initial Franchise Fee

$40,000

Initial Franchise Fee

$40,000

Real Estate/Rent

$15,000 – $24,000

Real Estate/Rent

$21,000 – $30,000

Lease, Utility, and Security Deposits

$10,000 – $16,000

Lease, Utility, and Security Deposits

$14,000 – $20,000

Design & Architectural Fees

$15,000 – $25,000

Design & Architectural Fees

$25,000 – $35,000

Leasehold Improvements

$125,000 – $175,000

Leasehold Improvements

$200,000 – $350,000

Furniture & Fixtures

$7,500 – $15,000

Furniture & Fixtures

$30,000 – $50,000

Equipment

$65,000 – $100,000

Equipment

$85,000 – $125,000

Signage

$7,500 – $15,000

Signage

$10,000 – $20,000

POS System and Software

$5,000 – $10,000

POS System and Software

$10,000 – $25,000

Professional Fees

$3,000 – $6,000

Professional Fees

$3,000 – $6,000

Business License and Permits

$500 – $1,000

Business License and Permits

$500 – $2,000

Opening Inventory and Supplies

$5,000 – $10,000

Opening Inventory and Supplies

$12,500 – $20,000

Grand Opening Advertising

$5,000

Grand Opening Advertising

$5,000

Training Expenses

$3,000 – $4,000

Training Expenses

$5,000 – $7,500

Insurance

$2,000 – $3,000

Insurance

$3,000 – $4,000

Additional Funds – 3 Months

$20,000 – $30,000

Additional Funds – 3 Months

$30,000 – $40,000

Total: $328,500 – $479,000

Total: $494,000 – $779,500

INVESTMENT
BREAKDOWN

The initial investment range for a DMK Burger Bar’s Full-Service Restaurant Model is between $494,000 and $779,500. The initial investment range for our Non-Traditional Site Model and our Mall Model are between $328,000 and $479,000. Your actual burger franchise costs include items like your franchise fee but are also determined by the type of model that you open, the market in which you open, and the type and condition of your chosen real estate.

The franchise fee for a single unit is $40,000. For highly qualified candidates, we are happy to offer multi-unit franchise fees at a discounted price.

Our financial requirements are based on the availability of $200,000 in liquid capital, a net worth of $500,000+ and a high credit score.

Food Court Location

Initial Franchise Fee

$40,000

Real Estate/Rent

$15,000 – $24,000

Lease, Utility, and Security Deposits

$10,000 – $16,000

Design & Architectural Fees

$15,000 – $25,000

Leasehold Improvements

$125,000 – $175,000

Furniture & Fixtures

$7,500 – $15,000

Equipment

$65,000 – $100,000

Signage

$7,500 – $15,000

POS System and Software

$5,000 – $10,000

Professional Fees

$3,000 – $6,000

Business License and Permits

$500 – $1,000

Opening Inventory and Supplies

$5,000 – $10,000

Grand Opening Advertising

$5,000

Training Expenses

$3,000 – $4,000

Insurance

$2,000 – $3,000

Additional Funds – 3 Months

$20,000 – $30,000

Total: $328,500 – $479,000

In-Line Location

Initial Franchise Fee

$40,000

Real Estate/Rent

$21,000 – $30,000

Lease, Utility, and Security Deposits

$14,000 – $20,000

Design & Architectural Fees

$25,000 – $35,000

Leasehold Improvements

$200,000 – $350,000

Furniture & Fixtures

$30,000 – $50,000

Equipment

$85,000 – $125,000

Signage

$10,000 – $20,000

POS System and Software

$10,000 – $25,000

Professional Fees

$3,000 – $6,000

Business License and Permits

$500 – $2,000

Opening Inventory and Supplies

$12,500 – $20,000

Grand Opening Advertising

$5,000

Training Expenses

$5,000 – $7,500

Insurance

$3,000 – $4,000

Additional Funds – 3 Months

$30,000 – $40,000

Total: $494,000 – $779,500

“What I like about DMK is I love the fact that Michael Kornick is a chef and knows a lot. All three of DMK’s partners are a wealth of information. They’re three phenomenal men and they’re really, really committed to my success.”

Caroline Michael
DMK Burger Bar Franchise Partner

BUSINESSMODELS

DMK Burger Bar is the first franchise model to really, truly give the burger the respect that it deserves. Because of this, we feel as though that now is the perfect opportunity to bring our product to customers all across the world. With an understanding that our Franchise Partners need to succeed in their local markets, we’ve created three different, yet effective business models to help ensure success regardless of location and to provide our Franchise Partners with the flexibility necessary to help grow their businesses.

Choosing to utilize multiple business models provides our Burger Franchise Partners the ability to take advantage of multiple revenue streams as well as cross-marketing, all get you the best burger franchise for the cost you put in. DMK Burger Bars are most prosperous in locations with high amounts of foot traffic, so we’ve developed our business models to fit in locations of varying sizes so we are able to capitalize on as many areas and on as many people as possible.

Here’s a more in-depth look at what our different options have to offer:

Full-Service Restaurant

Our Full-Service Restaurant Model allows our Franchise Partners the most efficient way to execute our full menu and a full-service bar. Serving alcohol provides our Franchise Partners with another viable revenue stream and also helps increase the amount of revenue that is made off of food orders, while keeping franchise costs for our Burger Bar low. Sitting between 2,400 and 3,200 square feet, this type of model is perfect for an urban, downtown or neighborhood setting with good foot traffic.

Mall Model

Our Franchise Burger Mall Model is perfect for the food courts in Class “A” type malls – malls with little to no vacancies and high-quality tenants that pull high amounts of foot traffic. This is our smallest model, with a footprint between 800 and 1,200 square feet with a low start-up cost.

While this model may be limited to the hours of the mall, as a whole, many people are drawn to the predictability that this model provides: you know when you’re going to get into work, you know what to expect for lunch and dinner, and you know when you’re going to be done.

Non-Traditional Site Model

Our Non-Traditional Burger Franchise Site Model provides the most flexibility in terms of size and location. Venues such as stadiums, arenas, convention centers, and airports are perfect examples of where this type of model can be successful. We actually have one of our restaurants currently opened at Soldier Field! With low-investment, the non-traditional DMK Burger franchise costs less and offers a flexible footprint, generally between 800 and 2,000 square feet.

This model provides our Franchise Partners with the ability to open their own business in a location where they know they’ll receive high-brand visibility, high foot traffic, and high volumes of varying customers.

*Note – Full menu and full-service bar availability will vary by location and size. Full-service bar or selling of alcohol may be affected due to restrictions or laws, by location.

DMK Burger: Find out more about our Business Models

DMK Burger: Find out more about our Business Models

HOWMUCHCANIMAKE?

HOWMUCH
CANIMAKE?

Though nobody knows for sure when or where the hamburger was actually invented, what we do know is that, today, the hamburger is widely recognized as a “recession-proof” food, in the United States (source). The hamburger has withstood the test of time, and will continue to do so.

We developed multiple business models in order to take advantage of the sweeping popularity of the burger in just about any location. Combined with multiple revenue streams and our national acclaim, the earning potential for DMK Burger Bar is astounding when compared to the costs of other burger franchises.

As you go through the Education Process, you’ll have the opportunity to speak with your Development Manager and look through our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). As you learn more about the various DMK Burger Bar models, throughout the Education Process, you’ll be able to put together a business plan to help forecast your own growth. In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek inside our burger restaurant economics, broken down by Business Model:

Full Service Restaurant: 2017 Revenue

DMK Navy Pier

DMK Lakeview

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