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Want to become a Chick-fil-A operator? Here's how much it costs
San Antonio spends big to block Chick-Fil-A, new survey shows majority of Americans skeptical of capitalism
In a new survey from PR firm Edelman 56 percent of Americans said capitalism ‘does more harm than good’ and 47 percent distrust capitalism. San Antonio reportedly spend $315 thousand to block Chick-Fil-A from opening a location in the city’s airport.
How much does it cost to open your own Chick-fil-A franchise?
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WHO STARTED CHICK-FIL-A?
Chick-fil-A, the nation's top fast-food chain, relies on a franchise business model. The company calls its franchisees "operators" and warns such a business move is not for the passive investor.
It's one of the most affordable franchises to invest in, too, although the competition is fierce. McDonald's and Kentucky Fried Chicken have a $45,000 franchise fee, while Burger King has a $50,000 franchise fee.