The UPS Store
Quick Franchise Summary
With 35+ years of franchising experience, The UPS Store has helped thousands of people open franchises and become their own boss. We have opportunities for anyone committed to serving the small business community! We are expanding nationally & would love to hear from you- Request more information now!
|Minimum Cash Required||$60,000|
|Total Investment||$159,224 – $434,521|
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The UPS Store
Here at The UPS Store, we know first-hand how passion and the drive of an entrepreneurial spirit can lead to success. When you become an owner of a The UPS Store, you become a part of a network of entrepreneurs who like you, are looking to fulfill their business ownership aspirations and goal of financial freedom.
“With the products and services that The UPS Store provides we can make a difference in people's lives and that is the best reason for being a UPS Store owner.” Tad Mollnhauer,
“I love my customers. I love my employees, I love every person, every face that comes into my store. I enjoy every day going into work and I can't see doing anything else for the rest of my life.” Jeff Graham,
“It's not a corporate, it's that person's livelihood, it's their families, it's their passion, and that comes through in how we treat our customers and then the service that they get when they walk into our store. The thing I enjoy most about being a UPS Store franchisee is I get to get up, go to work and know that I'm helping other business owners succeed in what they're doing it.” Heidi Morris,
“One nice benefit of owning a The UPS Store franchise for me has been that it gives me the opportunity to be more involved in the community. Currently I am active with my local chamber of commerce, um I'm on my church council, uh and I've recently joined uh the board of trustees for my kids' school. So it’s just been a great way to fulfill my self, but also its always been good for business too. As I make relationships with others it seems like no matter what the environment is, in one way or another business comes out of that and that's not my objective, it's been a secondary benefit to being involved in the community.” Paul Erchinger,