Strip Club Choppers is offering state franchise licenses to interested entrepreneurs.
The company is providing the opportunity for one business in each state to become the statewide franchise holder, so the business could become “Strip Club Choppers Ohio,” for example. Those states already reserved include: California, Nevada, Arizona, Washington, Colorado, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and New Mexico, according to the company’s website.
The licensees receive the right to use the Strip Club Choppers name, brand, logos, promotional materials and SCC social networking avenues. Also, SCC will provide booking assistance, and tour personalities Johnny Lange and Jay Barbieri are available to appear when their schedules permit. The SCC name can be used to vend at local bike nights, motorcycle rallies, concerts, festivals and more, according to a flier on the website.
“State licensees not only provide like-minded people to become part of our brand and lifestyle while making money, but it also makes Strip Club Choppers products available to millions of people who may not get to see us at a rally outside of their state,” SCC president Johnny Lange said in a press release. “The demand for us to attend shows far exceeds our availability plus having state franchises on board allows the brand to get exposure at places never seen before.”
A franchise costs $5,000 for the name rights and has a requirement of $2,500 of merchandise and signage for tents, trucks or trailers, according to the flier.
For more information, email SCC at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 714-465-7103, or visit www.stripclubchoppers.com.