Once I start this journey what are the estimated expenses to open a Smoke the Burge Joint?


   Initial Franchise Fee      $30,000      -      $30,000
   Training Expenses        $1,000    -        $3,000
   Real Estate Expenses        $1,800    -         $7,500
   Leasehold Improvements (buildout)      $50,000    -    $120,000
   Architect Design Fees      $10,000    -      $20,000
   Survey Licenses and fees        $2,000    -      $20,000
   Equipment      $65,000    -       $80,000
   Fixtures and Furnishings      $15,000    -       $30,000
   Opening Inventory        $3,500    -        $7,000
   Insurance        $3,000    -        $6,000
   Deposits, License Fees, Prepaid
     Expenses, Utilities
       $4,500    -        $9,000
   Liquor License/Beer Wine        $1,500    -      $35,000
   Grand Opening        $2,000    -         $4,000
   Local Store Marketing           $500    -         $1,000
   Printing           $500    -         $1,000
   G & A Expenses, signs        $3,000    -        $5,000
   Signage        $5,000    -      $20,000
   Professional Services        $1,000    -        $3,000
   Additional Funds for 3 Months      $15,000    -      $25,000
   Estimated Total Ranges from    $214,300    -    $426,500


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