Franchise Spotlight: Pinot’s Palette

Pinot’s Palette started as a local studio in Houston in 2009, offering patrons a fun atmosphere to let their creativity shine with painting and wine. It began franchising in 2010, and now, there are over 190 franchise locations open or under development spanning the U.S. and Canada.

Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering a Pinot’s Palette franchise:

Industry: Recreational Activities – Paint and Sip


Seeking Franchisees: Worldwide

Financial Requirements

Initial Franchise Fee: $22,500 – $27,500

Total Initial Investment: $63,400 – $204,200

Ongoing Royalty Fee: 6%

Liquid Cash Requirement: $50,000

Net Worth Requirement: $250,000

Franchisee Support

Training at Headquarters: 68 – 113 hours

Training on-site: 71 – 81 hours

Ongoing Support:

  • Purchasing co-ops
  • Newsletter
  • Meetings
  • Toll-free line
  • Grand opening
  • Internet
  • Security
  • Field operations

Marketing Support:

  • Co-op Advertising
  • Ad slicks
  • National media
  • Regional media

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