Franchise Inquiry Form
Simply complete and submit the Franchise Inquiry Form to start the process with Armstrong McCall.
Armstrong McCall is unique in that we offer a franchise distribution opportunity in the professional beauty supply industry with no on-going royalties. Armstrong McCall franchises are presently awarded to highly qualified candidates in very limited markets. We seek multi-unit franchise owner/operators in select areas of the US and Mexico. We are currently focusing on the opportunities available in Arizona, Texas, Mississippi and other states.
A business reflects the personality and behavior of its owner. While a variety of skills are necessary, certain disqualification factors apply. However, prior experience in the salon industry is not required. Outlined below are a few of the minimum requirements necessary for consideration:
Minimum of $250,000 of liquid assets
Experience managing sales personnel
Inventory management skills
Because our franchise opportunities are limited, we take considerable care in screening new franchisees. Through a significant review process we will discover if together your goals and experience may suit an Armstrong McCall franchise.
It generally takes an initial investment of over $250,000. It also takes a businessperson with expertise in sales and inventory management. You do not need to be a licensed beauty industry professional.
- The first step to owning your own Armstrong McCall franchise is to complete the Franchise Inquiry Form. After submitting your inquiry a franchise consultant will then contact you to set up an initial call to help determine whether you would like to pursue the opportunity further.
- The second step to owning your own Armstrong McCall franchise is to complete the Request for Consideration (RFC) with as much detail as possible. This information you provide will help us understand your experience and your plans for owning a franchise distributorship.
- When we receive your completed RFC, the next step is to discuss your plans and the information from your completed RFC with the Franchise Development Director. A franchise consultant will contact you shortly after receiving and reviewing your RFC to schedule a phone interview.
If, after the phone interview, your are interested in continuing in the discovery process, we will send you our disclosure document, known as the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). This document is required by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and certain state laws and explains in detail an Armstrong McCall franchise. The franchise agreement that you would sign is included in the FDD for your review. During this time you should be conducting your due diligence on Armstrong McCall.
- We will have many conversations over the course of our mutual due diligence. As you move through the process you will have the opportunity to visit Armstrong McCall stores and speak with Armstrong McCall franchise distributors. Toward the end of the due diligence process you may be invited to meet to tour the Support Center and meet the Armstrong McCall executive team in Austin, Texas.
- If you are then invited to join Armstrong McCall as a franchise distributor, you will receive your Franchise Agreement for final review and execution. You will also conduct your initial training in Austin. Finally, once we have countersigned your Franchise Agreement, you are officially an Armstrong McCall franchisee.
The information contained in this Armstrong McCall, L.P. web site does not constitute any offer or solicitation to sell a franchise and is not directed to the residents of any particular jurisdiction, but rather is provided solely for general information purposes. Detailed information concerning Armstrong McCall franchises is contained in our franchise disclosure document, which can be requested with your application.
Currently, the following States in the U.S. regulate the offering and sale of franchises: California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. If you are a resident of one of these States, we will not offer you a franchise unless and until we have completed the applicable pre-sale registration and disclosure requirements in your jurisdiction.