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Business big ideas that -- house of course actually in this segment not changing what it means to be -- neighborhood -- shop offering top quality -- you can purchase online or any of their 29 store location.
And -- big expansion plans to you -- is now -- top.
That is the -- out he had the meat house Justin roster Justin -- CO.
Thank you very much for having me today so you're trying to bring back the neighborhood butcher why our customers buying their -- There are as opposed -- -- up at the grocery store because there's so many -- food stores these days with whole foods Trader Joe's and all of these other competitors.
Absolutely I think I think it's really.
A confluence of high quality product.
-- -- high touch app -- Where we really look at ourselves as being in the hospitality industry and we just so happened to.
Have that wonderful position of but he was so wonderful meets for -- wonderful -- better higher quality source locally vs the average grocery store can you say that.
Yeah well we certainly like we we look at our products in the good better best category where our best products -- locally sourced.
Depending upon where our stores located obviously we can get up in the fifty to 60% category of open source products.
In some areas is a little bit more difficult so we have to go outside.
Into the -- the regional and national markets in order to bring in.
Quality products that meet our standards.
And over the last year we've been watching all kinds of volatility in commodities prices so that must impact your.
Overhead right so how are you managing that.
Yeah well I think it's you know two -- one is educating the customers aware of we're staying competitive in the market place look terrible products we were right in line -- better prices than our competitors.
-- I think secondly.
It's it's working with the local farms.
They have -- a continuous source of their products.
At a locations.
So we get some price stability actually he has pictures -- -- looks pretty good -- you have any new -- -- president -- from the perspective that.
Justin you you're expanding your franchise opportunities right so what would that involves sums and -- going that route to get involved in your business how much would it cost to franchise.
Yeah our yeah our average store size is between 4005.
15000 square feet.
We're looking anywhere between 65900000.
Dollars for build out depending upon the condition of the space that we're going into and the location.
And our franchise fees are 50000 dollars -- And I'm really looking for.
That is very competitive especially with the amount of training were very much a hands on organization from the the start of the franchise development schedule all the way through to.
Going live and -- opening just -- prospered the co-founder and CEO and then -- house.
Thanks for sharing your story with us.
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