Kennedy's Franchisee David Solomon Cuts Through The Competition in Delray Beach, Florida

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Kennedy's Franchisee David Solomon Cuts Through The Competition in Delray Beach, Florida
Kennedy's Franchisee David Solomon Cuts Through The Competition in Delray Beach, Florida
Solomon credits the brand's operational simplicity, recurring revenue model, and superior training and support as the reasons for becoming a franchisee
David Solomon has been doing business with Kennedy’s All-American Barber Club for almost a decade. The Delray Beach, Florida-based franchisee said working with the brand has been a joy and he credits their business model with helping him to transition easily into franchise ownership.

“As I was searching for a franchise concept to invest in, I wanted something that came easy and I wanted to work with a business that would help me along the way. I found that with Kennedy’s, thanks to their training program and corporate staff,” Solomon said. “I also have to say that Kennedy’s membership-based business model is great. It’s a fantastic luxury for our customers and gives me peace of mind that there will be money coming in every month.” 

Solomon was cab driver in London, before he moved to Florida. Franchising was something that always intrigued Solomon and he knew it would help feed his entrepreneurial spirit. He was looking for a franchise concept, but he had two requirements: the business couldn’t necessitate any prior knowledge and it couldn’t be in the restaurant industry. His foray with Kennedy’s started after a friend mentioned the franchise investment to him.

Solomon said the market for upscale men’s grooming services has grown tremendously in the last few years, and he wanted to be a part of the burgeoning industry. With Kennedy’s, he found a franchise brand that suited his needs.

Franchisees, like Solomon, are provided with a number of tools to help them get their Kennedy’s unit off the ground and thriving for years to come. A thorough training program teaches franchisees about the men’s upscale grooming industry and the brand’s operational side. And the corporate support team is just a call away to help with any issues. The total initial estimated investment for a Kennedy’s franchise typically ranges for $156,300 to $271,950.

Kennedy’s offers an all-inclusive barbershop experience for customers. The membership-based brand offers the finest haircuts for men, the lost art of straight-razor shaves, and a modern selection of grooming products. Kennedy’s is reminiscent of your father’s barbershop, but with a modern twist. It’s a place to network, relax, wind-down, enjoy the big game, host a meeting and of course enjoy an unmatched grooming experience.

Solomon said Kennedy’s offers a tremendous service and product line for customers and its membership-based model makes it truly unique in the barbershop and hair cut industry. He also credits the brand’s incredible training and support for helping him get where he is today.

“One thing I love about being a franchisee with Kennedy's is the simplicity of its business model. They set you up with all the tools you need to succeed and the support team behind the franchisees is impeccable. I recommend anyone join the Kennedy’s team,” Solomon said.

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