NEXT STEPS & MORE INFO
Learn more about Fish-O-Licious restaurant franchises – fill out our form.
Step 1: Ask for and receive our information restaurant franchise package online here or by phone to learn more about this exciting opportunity. Complete our Request For Information Form on this page (our “franchise opportunity” section) and submit it through our website here.
Step 3: After we receive your Request, you will be contacted by phone for a short 30 minute interview. If we feel you are a good candidate to be awarded Fish-O-licious restaurant franchises and upon receipt of your financial statement showing your ability to meet the investment requirements, we will send to you the Uniform Franchise Disclosure Document (UFDD) with exhibits including the Franchise Agreement.
Step 4: We require that you review in detail the FDD and consult your attorney and CPA as well as gather information from franchise owners. This step may include meeting with our consultant to review the FDD to answer any questions you might have.
Step 5: When you are ready to move forward, we require that you spend a day with us in our corporate store in commerce, CA meeting the owners, managers and getting a feel for how we do business.
Step 6: If we both agree that this is the right fit we will set a closing date to sign the Franchise Agreement.
Step 7: You are now ready to schedule our 2 week training program for you and your key employees. You will receive our detailed Fish-O-Licious Restaurant Franchise Operations Manual and all the assistance and support you require to get started on your new Fish-O-Licious fresh seafood business!
* This information is not intended as an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy, a franchise. It is for information purposes only. Currently, we are only offering franchising opportunities in California, which regulates the offer and sale of franchises. If you are a resident of California, we will not offer you a franchise unless and until we have complied with applicable pre sale registration and disclosure requirements in your jurisdiction.