If you’re looking for a coffee franchise opportunity to invest in, you’re undoubtedly going to look for concepts aligned with your vision and values. We’re proud of the coffee and smoothie franchises we have at Maui Wowi. They offer the fun, freedom and flexibility you’re looking for as a business owner, and there are some key things that differentiate us from the competition.
Our coffee franchise is all about the Aloha Spirit.
When you join us at Maui Wowi, you become part of our ohana, or family. We embrace the Aloha Spirit, a culture of honesty and unity. You can reap the support, warmth and understanding that comes with it to help your coffee franchise grow.
While Dunkin Donuts® uses 100% Fair Trade coffee beans in their lattes and cappuccinos, our coffee is homegrown in Hawaii, the only American state to grow the coffee bean. All of our coffee is responsibly grown, traded ethically, and we pay our farmers a fair wage.
Kona Ice®, a mobile, Hawaiian-style shaved ice franchise, is known for its iconic trucks delivering sweet fruit ice drinks around the USA, but did you know that in addition to fruit smoothies Maui Wowi also offers a fully mobile coffee franchise with our very own Ka’anapali Cart? We don’t add sugar or flavoring to our smoothies and coffee. We deliver delicious and all-natural nutritious drinks to customers wherever they happen to be.
You won’t be stuck in a shop with the coffee franchise opportunity we have to offer.
Sometimes you don’t want to run a juice bar like you’ll find with Smoothie King® and Jamba Juice®. You want to be flexible enough to take your smoothies directly to your customers. Our brand’s mobile carts allow you to go to the venues and events where our smoothies are appreciated most, whether that’s at a stadium ball game, in a mall or during a concert.
Even better, our coffee franchise opportunity doesn’t need a team of employees to keep your business running well. It’s ideal for retirees and veterans who prefer to work alone or couples looking to run a business together. Being mobile gives you that flexibility, unlike Planet Smoothie® and Tim Horton’s® quick service restaurants and other brick and mortar franchises.
A Maui Wowi coffee franchise doesn’t cost as much as you might think.
With one of our Ka’anapali Carts, you can start your own coffee franchise for just $86,400. This includes everything you need to start serving delicious coffee and smoothies to customers at your first event.
In comparison, Kona Ice costs more at $110,750 for a truck that’s ready to roll, and that’s not including an additional royalty fee of $3,000 payable for the first five years.
Dunkin Donuts requires a minimum of $109,700 up to an impressive $1,637,700 to start a franchise, and that doesn’t include additional real estate costs. Nor does Tim Horton’s; it’s one of the most expensive coffee franchises with an initial investment of $480,000 to $510,000 along with additional advertising and royalty fees.
Whichever way you look, Maui Wowi offers a better deal, and we have a 30-plus year history of brand and customer loyalty to prove it.
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