If you’re considering business ownership, you want to start a business you feel passionate about. At Great American Cookies, our passion is “Sharing the Fun of Cookies,” and we’re looking for people (like you!) who share that spirit.
“How much does it cost to open a Great American Cookies?” The short answer is, “less than you think!” Great American Cookies offers a truly low-cost franchise opportunity, with a franchise fee of just $30K.
Even better, starting a franchise is an investment in your career AND your community! Don’t you want to be the one to bring the cookie cake to your neighborhood?
Our low-cost franchise opportunity is a great option for anyone who is looking for a way to start a career as a business owner! Each opportunity is different, so whether you open your franchise in a mall, at an airport, or anywhere else in between, you can customize your franchise for YOU!Download the Free
We’re looking for owners in locations across the U.S.
Have a location you’re interested in? Let us know!
Here are the criteria we look for:
We’re often asked by potential franchise owners why they should purchase a Great American Cookies franchise. While there are more reasons than we could list, we think the best answer is that people just love cookies!
Most of us have been eating cookies since we were children. The smell, taste, and warm sense of nostalgia that cookies bring are nearly impossible to replicate. Imagine bringing that happiness to your customers each and every day!
It’s hard to find that sense of satisfaction from most jobs, and that’s what makes baking cookies so different.
Inventing the Cookie Cake and the Double Doozie are just some of the ways we stay ahead of the curve.
We’ve been ranked the #1 Baked Goods Franchise in Entrepreneur for six straight years.
This low cost franchise opportunity is easy to start and even easier to scale to multiple units.
Leverage our brand recognition and scale up your operations by opening multiple locations. You can think big or small, opening four locations or just one.
We have locations available in nearly every state across the U.S. Want to lock down a territory? Sign a development agreement for your area.
As a company that owns four snack food franchises, we offer the ability to expand your franchise footprint with additional brands like Marble Slab Creamery, Hot Dog on a Stick, & Pretzelmaker.
Our industry leading training programs get our franchisees all the knowledge they need to operate their cookie franchises. Ongoing support maintains that high level.
No experience required! We want someone outgoing and passionate to own our cookie franchises.
Our low investment franchise is more than just a cookie shop: it's an avenue to independence for our franchise owners. Starting a Great American Cookies franchise is the way to be your own boss and get out of the corporate rut.
When you invest in a cookie franchise, your investment goes toward the support of the Great American Cookies franchise development team and then some! You are investing in a network of experienced business owners, fellow franchisees, and expert teams, dedicated to helping your Great American Cookies franchise grow.Learn More
There are thousands of franchises across the country. Some franchise companies own multiple brands within different industries. But our parent company, Global Franchise Group, is a strategic brand management company focused solely on snack food franchises. Our owners benefit from that laser focus with:
Love owning a Great American Cookies franchise? Open another! Being a multi-unit franchisee allows you to tap into your experience of operating one store to expand your potential sources of income. Here’s how:
We’re looking for owners in locations across the U.S. Have a location you’re interested in? Let us know! Here are the criteria we look for:
Did you know that 99% of Americans eat dessert regularly? Or that fast-food franchise outlets are poised for record growth in 2016? Cookie Cakes are a primary staple at birthdays, parties and company events. That money is currently going into someone else's pocket, why not make it yours?Learn More