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Become a Franchisee
Blue Collar Workwear Is Now Franchising

Our Offer to You Recognizing the consistent need for durable and high-quality workwear, Blue Collar Workwear is introducing franchising as the next step in our brand’s journey. For those interested in a steady business venture in the workwear domain, this offers a structured pathway. As a franchisee, you’ll operate independently but with the reassurance of our support and guidance.
What We Know Operating a Blue Collar Workwear outlet provides a chance to be part of a continually growing industry. Our emphasis is on high-quality workboots, a cornerstone of our brand, paired with a range of workwear essentials that combine functionality with a touch of style. Your involvement in the brand doesn’t only mean selling products; it's also about ensuring a satisfactory customer experience and maintaining the standards we’ve set.

Join Us Today The initial investment for franchisees ranges from $282,000* to $461,000*. This amount covers costs of startup, and costs during training. Additionally, a one-time franchise fee of $25,000* is part of this investment.
1.1 Million Average Revenues Each Year Per Location*
Our yearly earnings for our current set of company locations stands at ~$1.1 Million average revenues per location*. For a detailed breakdown of potential profits, please consult our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).
Four Current Locations
Our business's four distinct locations underscore our adaptability and success, offering potential franchisees a proven model paired with growing brand recognition and refined operational insights.
149 Hours of Dedicated Coaching
As a franchisee with our esteemed company, you'll be equipped with comprehensive training to ensure your success. Our training program covers all the crucial aspects of running your own Blue Collar Workwear.
*Disclaimer: Subject to investment type and arrangements. Please see FDD for further details in regards to investment and startup fee costs as well as current profit expectations.