Top 10 Franchise List for October 2010

November 1, 2010 | By

Top Ten Franchise Opportunity ListWelcome back to the Top Ten Franchise for Sale List for October, 2010. The top franchise list was picked from the franchise companies thatFollow Us on Twitter! attracted the highest visitor attention on the Franchise Solutions Directory in October 2010. This week, ACFN (the ATM Franchise) knocks 7-Eleven out of the the 3rd place spot that they’ve held for almost a year!

The Top Ten Franchises for Sale for October 2010:

  1. Subway – Fresh, delicious subs and sandwiches from one of the most well known food franchises in the country.
  2. DVD Now Kiosks – Provides DVDs through their convenient vending kiosks for renting the latest DVDs and video games.
  3. ACFN ATM Franchise – Develop and operate your own network of ATM machines! No previous experience is necessary.
  4. 7-Eleven – Perhaps the biggest and most famous convenience store in the world. Serving the popular Big Gulp, famous Slurpee drink, and much more.
  5. Cell Phone Repair – An retail franchise that specializes in buying, selling, and trading electronics and cell phone devices.
  6. Fresh Healthy Vending – Offering healthy, fresh, and delicious menu items including soups, salads, and deli items.
  7. Saladworks Restaurant – The leading salad franchise in the nation, that serves the freshest salads possible.
  8. American Billing Systems – Help local small businesses with payroll and accounts payable tasks with this popular B2B franchise business.
  9. AIS Media – Enter into the growing interactive advertising sector and help small businesses plan their online marketing.
  10. Flip Flop Shops – Take advantage of the retail footwear business that offers the latest brands and styles of flip flops and sandals.
**New to the franchise list this month

To view the most recent top opportunities for the past week (tabulated daily for a seven day rolling period), please go to the Top Ten Franchises for Sale page.

Note: The opportunities in the Top 10 List were not picked based on profitability, chance of success or growth rate, instead, they are the franchisors that drew the most attention in the month of October, 2010.

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Comments (2)

  1. Remington Noble

    I am about to get into a partnership to open a Subway franchise. My partner will be the financial backing; he will also be a silent partner not doing any work in the day to day operations of the Subway only receiving a percentage. I myself ill manage and operate the unit daily. What percentages of the profits do you think each parter should receive? I was thinking the profits AFTER my manager salary should be split 70 / 30 HIS favor, until his principal is fully reimbursed. At that point his allocation will be 50% of profits after my salary is paid. What do you think about this? Please look at this as MY consultant. How should I structure this deal to best protect myself? Thank you.

  2. Gus

    First I’d like to congratulate you on you new business venture! But your question is a difficult one, as it is less about franchising, and more about the personal agreement between you and your business partner. And while I cannot be your personal consultant, I do have a few ideas.

    Have you talked to the Subway development rep? They would be the first resource I would try, and may be able to offer some advice or point you in the right direction. It would also be helpful if you could find a franchisee that operates in the system under a similar arrangement. In any case, the most obvious course is to engage the services of an experienced franchise lawyer. This would be the best way to protect yourself and ensure both parties accept and understand their contractual obligations.

    Good luck in your new business and let us know how it works out.