Offer description, location and category: Nationwide franchise burger shop placed in the end-cap space of a retail strip next to a high-income residential area is available for acquisition. This business was originally established by the current owner in 2015 and has operated full-time to the present time. Most of the customers are upper-class individuals from the surrounding densely populated high-end apartment complexes and corporate employees with large amounts of disposable income that come during lunch hours. Net sales average was | Listed for sale in Northwest Dallas, Dallas County, Texas | Type of business: franchise
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