Franchise Financing Clients
The client had recently purchased a small Subway Franchise and wanted to seize a new opportunity to open another restaurant in a high risk, high reward location. Faced with challenges of limited operating history and a time line to acquiring the limited lease space Trinex was able to finance $100,000 for the new location and helped AUM realize its growth potential.
Brabham Oil Co, Inc.
Since its inception in 1929, Brabham Oil has been a family owned business and started out by selling petroleum for Standard Oil. The company now has many gas stations throughout South Carolina, each a potential for or current fast food franchise location. Using our extensive franchise financing experience, Trinex was able to finance the installation of a Noble Roman's Pizza franchise as well as update their existing Subway franchises with ease.
Ekonomy Enterprises, Inc.
Ekonomy, a client with a strong net worth and 20 years of experience in franchises ranging from Dunkin Donuts to Subway, had just secured a franchise agreement for a new franchise concept called Hurricane Wings. Hurricane Wings was already well established in Florida and the surrounding states but did not have a presence outside of the area. Since Ekonomy’s agreement secured them the rights to the tri-state area surrounding Nevada, they needed a financing partner that could simultaneously handle multiple locations while adhering to their rigid construction timelines. Trinex was able to setup a master lease line of credit which helped finance all the equipment, build out, and soft costs associated with the 4 locations totaling $450,000. Trinex will continue to assist Ekonomy with financing down the road for their future franchisees.
From a small luncheonette in Brooklyn, New York to ten Burger King Restaurants in the greater Frederick County area of Maryland, the Giangrande family has always been involved together in the restaurant business. When Burger King corporate mandated an update to their POS systems in all of their locations, Trinex was there to assist. Jeffrey Corp wanted to finance each store individually over the course of a year to accommodate training schedules for the restaurant manager and staff. Trinex secured a Master Lease Line of credit for $200,000 to fulfill all of their upgrading needs and handled all aspects of the funding timeline.
Kohsar Subway, LLC
Based out of Connecticut, the owner was presented with a great opportunity to purchase two Subway franchises. Trinex faced a dead line contingency when the sellers stated that they would require the transaction to close before the end of the month or would sell the restaurants to another buyer. Trinex helped negotiate the closing with Subway Headquarters and both parties' attorneys and funded the client well ahead of the deadline for $300,000.