Davis Plaza Regional Mall
19 Orchard Avenue
Davis, CA 95616
This business plan details a franchise ice cream shop located in a California shopping center. Fran's Ice anticipates continued success due to its superb location, diverse menu, and well-known quality product
The purpose of this business plan is to outline the parameters under which the principals will pursue the construction, development and operation of a franchised Fran's Ice Cream Shoppe in a key location at the mall entrance to the food court of Davis Plaza, a successful, dominant, super regional shopping center in metropolitan Woodland - Sacramento.
Davis Plaza's management company, Martin Richardson and the franchisor, the Fran's Ice Shoppe Company, Inc., are optimistic and enthusiastic about locating a high-volume shop within Davis Plaza.
Martin Richardson, The Fran's Ice Shoppe Company, Inc., and the franchisees, Augustus and Cheryl Dwyer, are all confident that this Fran's shop will be successful among the other national stores already committed to doing business in Davis Plaza.
The Fran's Ice Shoppe of Davis (franchisee), will construct, develop and operate a licensed franchised ice cream dipping shop of The Fran's Ice Shoppe Company, Inc. (franchisor). This single retail dipping shop will sell Fran's ice cream and related products, all manufactured by the franchisor under its name.
Revenue will be primarily from the sale of hand-dipped ice cream and related products consumed within Davis Plaza. Franchisees will also sell ice cream cakes, traditional gourmet cakes, birthday cakes and Cola products. Sales are anticipated to be $360,000 in the first year and to increase at an average annual rate of 4% per year in the first five years of operation.
The franchise will be located in Davis Plaza in Davis, California. Because of its location in the center of the Woodland - Sacramento areas, Davis Plaza serves many communities and is commonly considered the Tri-Cities' premier retail facility. Davis Plaza, which opened in 1968, is a two-level, enclosed regional shopping center containing a total of 1.2 million square feet and 200 stores, shops and food service establishments. The Plaza is anchored by Hank's, B.P.'s, and Westbury's. Fran's Ice Shoppe of Davis will be located in "The Outdoorum" which is Davis Plaza's 40,000 square foot food court containing 17 food service establishments including Cheese Pleese, Beefeaters, and Sweet Dreams.
Franchisee's primary customers will be drawn from Davis Plaza's 1994 trade area population of over 853,000 people, which is projected to reach 940,000 people by 1999. Customers shopping The Plaza will purchase Fran's handdipped ice cream and other products on an impulse basis during their shopping trip, or as a dessert treat upon completing a meal at The Outdoorum. Franchisee also anticipates that many patrons will make the shop their primary destination due to name recognition and product quality. Except for a small Earl's Ice Cream Shop and a Frozen Treat selling soft serve vanilla only, there is no other competition within Davis Plaza, and no outside competition within 2 miles of The Plaza.
The principals will be managing their own shop. Augustus Dwyer will be the hands-on manager for daily operations. Cheryl Dwyer will retain her present position as a nurse clinician for J. Landers, but will assist with her employee management and accounting skills. In addition, approximately six to ten school and/or college students will be hired to work shifts during peak sales periods. Other part-time employees may be hired on an "as needed" basis for special projects such as cake decorating, preparing large orders for caterers and servicing of other special functions.
Project costs are projected to be $250,000 which includes leasehold improvements (build out of the shop), equipment purchases, opening inventory, and working capital needs. This amount does not include the $35,000 franchise fee, $3500 Fran's grand opening contribution, or $7870 cost of architect's plans for the store which Gus and Cheryl Dwyer have already invested in this business from their own funds. The principals are seeking to finance the remainder of this project through a local lending institution using the assistance of a Small Business Administration (SBA) guarantee, with an agreement that allows for loan repayment over 10 years.
Based on a preliminary timetable it is anticipated that the shop will be operational for business no later than April, 1, 1996.
|Business Type:||Fran's Ice Franchise Ice Cream Shop|
|Location:||In the food court of Davis Plaza Regional Mall Davis, California|
|Size:||556 Sq. Ft.|
|Rent:||$3,487 gross (includes all CAM charges)|
|Projected Sales - Year 1:||$360,000|
|Loan Collateral Available:||$91,000 Equipment Value|
|$30,000 Equity in home|
|$ 12,000 Opening Inventory|
|Principals:||Augustus and Cheryl Dwyer|
|37 Huckleberry Lane|
|Fair Oaks 95628|
The Fran's Ice Shoppe of Montclair (Shoppe), will be a franchised operation of The Fran's Ice Shoppe Company, Inc. licensed to sell Fran's ice cream and related products. The Fran's name has been associated with the ice cream business since 1961. The Company manufactures a large and growing volume of Fran's products which it distributes through a variety of channels. The ice cream ordinarily is not sold for retail dipping except to franchised dipping shops.
The Franchisor is Connecticut Corporation, with principal offices in New Haven, C.T. The ultimate parent of the company is Drake PLC, a public corporation listed on the London Stock Exchange, via ownership of The Harley Company.
Franchisees have been granted a license to sell certain ice cream products under the Fran's name since 1977, although the franchisor has been conducting a business of the type operated by the franchisee since 1983. Affiliates of the franchisor are actively engaged in various other sectors of the food service industry, including fast service restaurants, theme restaurants, food service supply business, institutional and retail food production, distribution and sales and food commodity transactions.
The main items for sale will be hand dipped ice cream and yogurt cups/cones, sundaes finished with a variety of toppings such as hot fudge, caramel, butterscotch or fruit, banana splits shakes malts, and ice cream sodas and floats. Most of these items will be consumed immediately on the premises. Davis Plaza provides extensive indoor seating for the food court customers.
In addition to hand-dipped ice cream sales, the Shoppe anticipates doing a material business in the sale of both ice cream cakes and gourmet traditional cakes and birthday cakes. These cakes will be displayed for immediate sale at all times during business hours and can also be produced in quantity on a special order basis for caterers and parties. Phenomenal foot traffic in the plaza and employees from the 200 shops in the mall can support a lucrative cake business for the Shoppe.
The goals and objectives of The Fran's Ice Shoppe of Davis are as follows:
"To deliver a quality product in a consistent, courteous and timely manner in order to have the customer return again for another satisfying, flavorsome treat, while at the same time earning a reasonable return on the initial investment"
The principals believe that for an organization to be successful, the organization must ensure that the customer continues to return to purchase the product, again and again. One way to ensure repeat business is to provide consistency in both the product and service. Fran's product speaks for itself; the service our Shoppe provides will be a function of training, evaluation, and retraining in order to deliver it courteously and in a timely manner.
In order to earn a reasonable return on the investment, along with the ability to repay debt, strict cost-control measures will be implemented. These measures will include, among others, proper and prudent purchasing practices, maximization of product distribution through strict adherence to weights, amounts and recipes (portion control), effective utilization of personnel, and the constant search for ways to reduce the cost of sales of our products without sacrificing quality and service.
In summary, the principals are committed to ensuring that this operation is successful.
The purchase of hand-dipped ice cream and related products is basically an impulse-type purchase by a consumer relating to one of the following stimuli:
Locating the Shoppe in Davis Plaza gives the business the opportunity to take advantage of all of the above mentioned ways which motivate the consumer to purchase the products offered.
Davis Plaza is comprised of the best known, nationally recognized retail stores and outlets. The unique blend of these operations draws a large cross section of the population to the Plaza to shop for a variety of goods and services. The Fran's Ice Shoppe of Davis will be a 556 square foot store located at the entrance to the food court of the mall. It is on the second level, right across from the main escalators carrying shoppers from the lower to the second level. It is between the main parking structure and B.P.'s, requiring all B.P.'s patrons entering from the main parking structure to pass directly in from of the Shoppe on their way to B.P.'s. The Shoppe is well within walking distance from anywhere in Davis Plaza in five minutes or less. Because of its location, many patrons of the Plaza will pass by the Shoppe on the way to and from another store, making it convenient for an impulse purchase.
Signage is planned for the Shoppe in two locations. Large, colorful neon signs will be located over the dipping cabinets, making them visible from both the food court and from down the mall. Since the Shoppe will be in a corner location, the Shoppe will be visible from several directions in the "I" shaped mall. There is also an opening to below directly in front of the Shoppe, allowing visibility to patrons on the lower level. The location for the Shoppe has the greatest amount of foot traffic in front of it than any other food service in Davis Plaza.
As previously mentioned, the Shop's products more than likely will be consumed on or nearby the premises. The fact that Davis Plaza is enclosed and self-contained will make Fran's products very visible to many shoppers, particularly since all products will be served in containers that display the Fran's logo.
In addition to the tremendous foot traffic generated by the major department stores and numerous nationally renowned shops surrounding The Fran's Ice Shoppe of Davis, the Shoppe is to be located at die entrance to The Outdoorum, the Plaza's food court. The food court houses 17 places to eat. The Shoppe can be seen from anywhere in the food court, making it a likely destination for a dessert treat following a meal for the entire family. The Shoppe will have two 3-foot wide, 4-shelf display cases for cakes. One 3-foot display will be for frozen ice cream cakes, and the other will be refrigerated for display of traditional gourmet cakes and gourmet birthday cakes. The principals believe that tremendous potential exists for the sale of birthday cakes in the Plaza since many gifts are purchased there and no competition exists for these items in the Plaza.
An additional marketing strategy of the Shoppe will be sales generated from freezer carts bearing the Fran's logo and colors off site from Davis Plaza. There are many fairs, festivals and parties within the Shoppe's geographic service area (including the Sacramento County Fair, and Renaissance Days) where significant additional sales may be generated on ice cream bars and other novelties. Most importantly, these outside sales will give the Shoppe name recognition which will help make it a primary destination for an expanded segment of the market.
Additional methods of enhancing the Shoppe's name recognition will be local newspaper advertising with coupons, special promotions and discounts to employees of Davis Plaza, companion promotions and discounts with other merchants in the Plaza, and offers to local schools for discounts to students with good grades.
Lastly, additional sales revenue and name recognition for the Shoppe will be generated by sponsoring sports, social, educational and fund-raising activities within the communities served by Davis Plaza. The principals have numerous fund-raising idea and plans for community involvement that will help make the Shoppe a money-maker.
The primary competitors of The Fran's Ice Shoppe of Davis are within the Davis Plaza itself. The principals have done a detailed analysis of the existing ice cream and yogurt shops outside Davis Plaza, and this study is available upon request. The principals believe that the two ice cream and yogurt related businesses inside Davis Plaza are the Shoppe's main competition. They are:
Located across The Outdoorum from the Shoppe. Frozen Treat does not serve real ice cream at all. They serve only one flavor of soft serve, vanilla. They make cones, cups, sundaes and shakes and, according to Davis Plaza management, enjoyed $550,000 in sales volume in 1994 and approximately the same sales volume in 1995.
Located in the Westbury wing of Davis Plaza. This is a small shop with extremely limited visibility. It is not located in The Outdoorum but is on the outskirts of the heavy traffic area of the Plaza. Earl's serves 24 flavors of real ice cream and 2 flavors of frozen yogurt. No cakes are offered for sale. According to Davis Plaza management Earl's enjoyed $303,000 in sales volume in 1994 and approximately the same sales volume in 1995.
The principals believe that there is outstanding potential for the sale of Fran's super premium quality ice cream, yogurt and related products in Davis Plaza. As just noted, in 1994 and 1995 the sales volume generated for ice cream, frozen yogurt and soft serve in Montclair Plaza was $852,000. The Fran's Ice Shoppe of Davis will be located in the most visible food service location in Davis Plaza. The principals feel that Frozen Treat will not hinder the Shoppe's sales because Frozen Treat serves only average quality soft serve vanilla products. The Shoppe will have 32 flavors of the finest quality ice cream and 6 flavors of frozen yogurt and sorbet ready for sale at all times…as well as ice cream cakes, birthday cakes, gourmet traditional cakes by the slice or whole, and shakes, malts, sundaes, ice cream bars, frozen yogurt and sorbet bars, and sodas.
Other ice cream and frozen yogurt stores exist within a three-mile radius of Davis Plaza. There are four small independent stores and three Scoops stores in this three-mile circle. The closest independent to the Plaza is approximately 2 miles away. As stated previously the principals strongly believe that the Shop's main and most important competitors are inside Davis Plaza. The principals also firmly believe that the quality and selection of Fran's products they will offer, coupled with a superior location within the Davis Plaza, will help them achieve the success they anticipate and will work toward. The principals are also actively engaged in negotiations with the landlord to exclude any new competition from The Plaza during the term of their lease.
The principals, themselves, will manage this business. Augustus Dwyer will be the hands-on manager for the daily operation of the Shoppe, assisted by Cheryl Dwyer. Gus Dwyer shall have the following responsibilities and perform the following duties:
The principals will designate certain properly trained personnel who will coordinate the activities of the other employees during periods when Augustus Dwyer is not on the premises. Those employees will be trained to make prudent decisions in the absence of Gus Dwyer and to carry out the duties of the Manager on an as-needed basis. In the event of an emergency, the principals can be contacted by phone or paged by remote pager and be on-site within 15 minutes.
Six to eight high school and/or college students will be hired to work at the Shoppe on a part-time basis. There will be no full-time employees of the Shoppe other than management.
The principals are developing a program of orientation and training which all Shoppe employees must complete prior to starting work. A written policies and procedures manual will be the foundation for that that training. All Shoppe employees will be trained to perform all customer service, quality control, and cleanliness and sanitation procedures utilized by the Shoppe, and will know exactly what is expected of them as a Fran's Ice Shoppe employee.
The principals have worked for many different supervisors in their 37 years of combined work experience, and have seen many different management techniques and styles. Augustus Dwyer has extensive management experience in both retail and wholesale sales and customer service. Cheryl Dwyer brings to Fran's a wealth of experience as house supervisor in a 205 bed J. Landers Hospital, supervising 60 or more nurses at a time. The combined management experience which the principals have will be an asset to them in training and managing a productive team of Shoppe employees.
The proposed timetable for the project is as follows:
|Activity||Target Time table|
|• Site selection approved by Fran's||May 11, 1995|
|• Franchise Agreement signed and franchise fee/grand opening contribution paid to Fran's by principals||Nov. 26, 1995|
|• Submitted lease proposal to Martin Richardson (Davis Plaza management firm)||Nov. 28, 1995|
|• Received draft lease from attorneys for Martin Richardson and forwarded lease to principals lease attorney, Chip Barker of Burns, Webster, Paquette, Walton, and Weig and||Dec. 20, 1995|
|• Submit business plan and loan application to financing institution for review and approval of loan request||Jan. 8, 1996|
|• Receive loan approval from lender and SBA||Jan. 15, 1996|
|• Receive complete Blueprints and drawings of leasehold improvements for the Shoppe from Lee Freemont Architecture & Design, Detroit, MI||Jan. 15, 1995|
|• Attend and successfully complete all courses offered at Fran's Ice Basic Management Training Course # 318 in New Haven, C.T.||Jan. 16-26, 1996|
|• Perform competitive bid process for leasehold improvements (buildout of Shoppe), purchase all Shoppe equipment||Jan. 27, 1996|
|• Award contracts and commence buildout of Shoppe||Feb. 1, 1996|
|• Grand Opening||April 1, 1996|
A strong, responsible businessman and manager, Augustus Dwyer has over 21 years experience in retailing, wholesaling and customer service Gus' roots are in the grocery industry, where he was employed for 14 years. The first 5 years Gus spent working at store level as a box boy, grocery clerk, produce clerk, and produce department manager. He was elevated by Division Corporate Personnel who felt that his talents would be best utilized at the division level and promoted to Division Produce and Floral Buyer.
During this 9 year period, Gus' hands-on approach to his work greatly benefitted his company. Gus planned, researched and implemented a program of fresh fruit, soup and salad bars for the company and personally assisted in the set-up of 41 new salad bars divisionwide.
Gus was also responsible for planning the division's floral program and purchased cut flowers and plants for 110 stores for 4 years.
Utilizing his knowledge and experience in the floral trade, Gus now works as National Sales Manager for a flower wholesaling company in San Francisco. He has an outstanding record in high volume sales and increasing sales revenues. He has expanded the customer base, sourced new suppliers, and increased the variety of product his company sells, resulting in a 30% increase in sales since coming on board with the company.
Gus' strengths include the ability to plan, organize, achieve results quickly, and evaluate and implement winning marketing strategies. He has significant influence with other employees and positively motivates his subordinated and peers. He is an experienced buyer, merchandiser, salesman, and customer satisfaction specialist.
An experienced nurse manager, Cheryl's nursing background involves a total of 10 years as a Registered Nurse, all employed with J. Landers. Seven of the years have been dedicated towards the Management Of Medical-Surgical And Maternal Child Health Nursing Services. Accountabilities include yearly performance evaluations of approximately 45 employees and the general supervision of J. Landers Florin on the evening shift of the entire hospital, which averages 120 employees. All problems unresolved are directed to her for her successful resolution and followup.
Cheryl is responsible for the successful planning and implementation of the Medical-Surgical Department Quality Management Program, which encompasses directing nurses in data collection, action plans and evaluation on a monthly basis. She has completed a 12 week, total quality management course and participated in two task forces utilizing Total Quality Management (TQM).
Cheryl's strengths include effective organization and leadership abilities and extensive interpersonal skills. Cheryl has seven years experience hiring successful employees, coaching, counseling and motivating them to deliver the best nursing care to J. Landers members.
Note: Please see attached career/work histories of Augustus and Cheryl for details.
A common question business owners have when considering new business opportunities is this: "How much do I have to sell just to break even?" In other words, "How much revenue do I need to pay all my expenses?"
The question is not as difficult to answer as it might seem. Only three pieces of information is needed to make the calculation.
or to state it another way…
In the case of The Fran's Ice Shoppe of Davis the Sales break-even is computed as follows:
|Build out of leased space (tenant improvements)||110,000|
|Opening Inventory (product & paper supplies)||12,000|
|Working Capital & Misc.||30,000|
|Investment by franchisees, Augustus and Cheryl Dwyer|
|Grand Opening Contribution||3,500|
|Misc. costs, fees and licenses||4,000|
|Projected Income & Expense|
|Cakes & Pastries|
|Cost of Goods Sold||8,068||8,479||9,520||11,097||10,822||10,240||8,320||8,640||14,080||8,654||8,620||8,960||115,200||32|
|Cakes & Pastries|
|Total Cost of Goods||13,111||13,778||15,470||18,033||17,586||16,640||13,520||14,040||22,880||14,063||13,820||14,560||187,200||52|
|Advertising & H-D Marketing Fee||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||3,048|
|Accounting & Legal||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||5,040|
|Bank Service Charges|
|Dues & Subscriptions|
|Interest Expense (SEA Guar. Loan)(1)||1,375||1,375||1,375||1,375||1,375||1,375||1,375||1,375||1,375||1,375||1,375||1,375||16,500|
|Licenses & Permits|
|Printing & Reproduction|
|Repairs & Maintenance|
|Travel & Entertainment|
|Net Income Before Taxes||2,276||2,893||4,453||6,820||6,406||5,534||2,654||3,134||11,294||3,155||2,354||3,614||54,587||15|
Cash Flow Projection - First Year
|(1) Sales figures taken from actual first year revenue figures of the North Point Plaza Fran's Ice Shoppe adjusted down to 81% for size and location and with seasonal adjustment for month of the year. North Point Plaza Fran's Ice Shoppe did $444,176 in sales in the first year. Principals feel that $360,000 (81% of $444,176 = $360,000 rounded) is a conservative figure based on extensive research with four other Fran's locations in malls in California.|
|(2) Related Fringe Benefits is computed at 5% of payroll expense|
|(3) $250,000 @10.5% for 10 years (P&I) = $3375/mo.|
|(4) Food consumed on premises is subject to sales tax. This expense will vary but we assumed a fixed amount each month.|
|(5) Working capital of $30,000 less $20,000 for pre-opening supplies, expenses, labor, training, etc. = $10,000 beginning cash.|
|Expenses - Variable|
|Payroll Expense (16%)||4,034||4,240||4,760||5,549||5,411||5,120||4,160||4,320||7,040||4,327||4,160||4,480||57,600||16|
|Payroll Taxes (20% of payroll)||807||848||952||1,110||1,082||1,024||832||864||1,408||865||832||896||11,520||3|
|Related Fringe Benefits (2)||202||212||238||277||271||256||208||216||352||216||208||224||2,880||1|
|Expenses - Fixed|
|Advertising (includes Mo. H-D 1 Fee)||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||254||3,048||1|
|Accounting & Legal||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||420||5,040||1|
|Loan Payments (3)||3,375||3,375||3,375||3,375||3,375||3,375||3,375||3,375||3,375||3,375||3,375||3,375||40,500||11|
|Sales Tax (4)||205||205||205||205||205||205||205||205||205||205||205||205||2,460||1|
|Total Cash Paid Out||16,869||17,125||17,776||18,762||18,590||18,226||17,026||17,226||20,626||17,235||17,026||17,426||213,912||59|
|Monthly Cash Surplus (deficit)||276||893||2,454||4,820||4,407||3,534||654||1,134||9,294||1,155||654||1,614||30,888|
|Cash Flow Monthly||276||893||2,454||4,820||4,407||3,534||654||1,134||9,294||1,155||654||1,614|
|Cash Flow Cumulative||10,276||11,169||13,622||18,442||22,849||26,383||27,037||28,171||37,465||38,620||39,274||40,888|
|Prepaid Expenses (Incl. architect Plans)||10,000||12,000||22,000|
|Grand Opening Contribution||3,500||3,500|
|Total Current Assets||18,500||49,000||76,500|
|Signage (included in equipment)|
|Liabilities &Net Worth|
|SBA Loan (Current Portion)||24,000||24,000|
|Total Current Liabilities||24,000|
|Long Term Debt (SBA)||226,000||226,000|
|Total Liabilities & Net Worth||303,500|
|Debt to Worth Ratio||4.8 :1|
|Assumptions||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4||Year 5|
|Revenue Rate Increases||4.00%||4.00%||4.00%||4.00%|
|Cost of Sales as % of Revenue|
|Direct Expenses as % of Revenues|
|Controllable Expense as % of Revenue||12.00%||12.00%||12.00%||12.00%||12.00%|
|Interest Rate on Borrowings||10.50%||10.50%||10.50%||10.50%||10.50%|
|Cash Receipts as % of Revenue||99.50%||99.50%||99.50%||99.50%||99.50%|
|Lease Expense/Sq. Ft. (incl. CAM chg.)||$6.27||$6.52||$6.78||$7.05||$7.34|
|Royalty Fees as % of Revenue||2%||2%||2%||2%||2%|
|Years 1 - 5|
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4||Year 5|
|Cash flow based on owner monthly draw of $2500|
|Gross Sales (increase 4%/yr)||360,000||374,400||389,376||404,951||421,149|
|Net Profit Margin||7.00%||7.50%||9.00%||11.00%||13.00%|
|Net Cash Flow(l)||30,888|
Lowest Bid Vendor
|1||16 Can Illuminated Dipping Cabinet||3,208|
|2||8 Can Illuminated Dipping Cabinet - 2 units||3,950|
|3||Dipper Well - 4 units||440|
|4||Upright Pie & Freezer Display Case||5,817|
|5||Refrigerated Pastry Display Case||4,663|
|6||27" Fountainette Cabinet||1,731|
|7||Drop-in Ice Cream Bar Freezer||1,238|
|8||Single Door Reach-in Freezer||1,903|
|9||Single Door Reach-in Flash Freezer||3,219|
|10||Single Door Reach-in Refrigerator||1,593|
|11||6 × 8 ft - 15 degree Walk-in Freezer||4,310|
|12||Medium Capacity (1 phase-air cooled) Ice Machine||2,360|
|13||Soft-serve (3 Phase-AC) Machine w/Faucet - 2 units||17,360|
|Dispensing & Topping Units|
|14||Dip-Coat Warmer - 2 units||242|
|15||Butterscotch & Fudge Warmet with Pump - 3 units||587|
|16||Milk Shake Machine||525|
|18||Spoon Dispenser - 4 units||33|
|20||Counter MTD 2-Comp Hand Sink||295|
|21||Wall Mounted Hand Sink||252|
|Beverage Dispensing Equipment|
|22||Soft Drink Dispenser with Ice Bin (supplied by Coca-Cola at no charge)||0|
|23||Carbonator with Double Check Valve (supplied by Coca-Cola at no charge)||0|
|24||Wall Mounted Syrup Pumps (supplied by Coca-Cola at no charge)||0|
Lowest Bid Vendor
|25||CO-2 Tanks (supplied by Coca-Cola at not charge||0|
|26||Automatic Coffee Maker||472|
|28||Cup Dispensers - 10 units required||388|
|Storage Equipment Units|
|30||6 × 8 Freezer Storage Shelving Set||628|
|31||18" × 36" Storage Shelf Unit - 4 units required||685|
|32||18" × 38" Storage Shelf Unit - 4 units required||774|
|33||42" Overshelves - 2 units required||292|
|34||Electric Can Opener||47|
|Sales & Display Equipment|
|35||Cash Register - 2 units required||5,500|
|36||Menu Board - 1 8-panel unit and 1 4-panel unit required||5,000|
|37||Quality Statement Panel||90|
|38||36" × 33" Topping Unit (Cabinet work by gen. contr.-includ. in his quote)||0|
|39||Dry Topping Bowls with covers - 8 units required||70|
|40||l/9th S/S Insert Pan - 4 units required||19|
|41||36" Sneeze Guard Assembly||1,410|
|47||Mop & Broom Holder||16|
|48||Acrylic Cone/Bowl Holders - 18 units required various sizes||500|
|49||Personal Computer, Printer and Software||3,000|
|50||2 Haagen-Dazs Logo Neon Signs (Incl. freight)||1,250|
|51||Translites (pictures/ads) for Menu Boards - 12 units incl. freight||750|
|52||Freight and Sales Tax for Major Equipment Purchased||6,670|