The Spins model is set up to help redefine the category of fast-casual dining by pairing traditional Hungarian sweet bread with a fusion of Southern cuisine.
The Spins model is set to help redefine the category of fast-casual Hungarian-inspired Southern cuisine with a traditional yet fresh design and approach to franchising. Spins Franchising LLC has a low start-up cost for a concept of this kind and the ROI exceeds the market average as well.
The unparalleled Spins Franchising LLC systems are structured to allow for easy-to-replicate operations. We want to give franchisees the highest possible chance of success with an opportunity to experience our proven profitable business model and comprehensive support!
Robert Geiger and Edward Franklin owned a successful café for nearly 15 years before relocating to Florida. It was there that they discovered the concept of Spin bread or the traditional Hungarian street food called Chimney Cakes and Kurtoskalacs at a food festival. Both miserable, working corporate jobs, they were instantly inspired to pursue a return to food service.
When they found a small storefront in High Springs, Florida they signed the lease on the spot. The rest, as they say, is history. Spins was officially born in 2019 by combining this old-world bread with traditional southern fares in unique and elevated “spins”. Today, the boutique café serves a wide array of authentic and creative eats from Sweet Spins to Spinwiches that tempt customers to keep coming back time after time.
Our potential franchisee list is a long one! Anyone who has the passion, skill, and interest in the Spins brand could be considered a candidate for our franchise opportunity. We believe this business can be taught to those who are motivated to learn.
If we had targeted groups, they would include entrepreneurs, former or current restaurant owners, former or current hospitality workers, managers from the business field, retail workers and corporate lay-off “victims”.
The best Spins franchisees will love good food and enjoy serving people. The number one quality we look for in potential candidates for Spins is their comfort level in management and their ability to get the most out of their employees.
The Spins brand operates on a consistently high level of integrity and commitment to service. Franchisees will be held to this strict standard and we will work only with candidates who have the attributes, interests, and abilities to become pillars in their community.
So happy to hear from you! Take your first bite into the Spins franchising process by completing and submitting a form to let us know you're interested.
Here we get a chance to chat and get to know each other better so we find out if we could be the perfect franchise fit.
Now it’s time to come to our location and see the success of Spins Franchising LLC firsthand. Here you can really learn what our company culture is all about.
Next we will send over our Financial Disclosure Document with all the numbers and detailed information you need. Take your time to review it thoroughly before signing.
No matter how you're financing your Spins Franchising LLC, it's time to get your dough in order. Apply for any capital that you may need now.
We’re ready to send over our Financial Agreement (FA). Once you’ve signed on the dotted line, it’s official! Welcome to the Spins Franchising LLC family.
Spins provides a comprehensive training program and ongoing support in two phases!
In phase one training, Spins provides up to two weeks of initial training at our headquarters in High Springs approximately eight to twelve weeks before opening pertaining to administration, marketing, cooking, managing, operations, inventory control, and company culture.
Phase two is conducted on-site at the franchisee’s location after opening. An experienced trainer will be there for up to two weeks to assist the franchisee in the commencement of operations and will focus on getting them comfortable with every aspect.
The estimated initial investment capital required is between $124,125 to $213,800 which includes all start-up costs and the franchise fee.