PJ's Coffee

Investment Info
  • Startup Costs
    $350,000 - $400,000
  • Cash Required
  • Net Worth Required
    $300,000 - $350,000
Company Stats
  • Year Founded
  • Franchising
  • Locations
  • Franchisees
PJ's Coffee is expanding and are we are looking for passionate and motivated entrepreneurs to join our winning team. We provide an incredible franchise opportunity to serve communities with premium beverages and fresh food in an inviting and comfortable atmosphere.
As you evaluate our brand, you will discover that our franchisees enjoy an exciting and fun lifestyle due to the nature of our business and our company culture. You will also see that our company is constantly innovating new methods of increasing new customers while maintaining our loyal customer base so that our franchisees can enjoy a rewarding business!
If you are looking for a business opportunity affording you the freedom and fun you have been yearning for, PJ's Coffee of New Orleans will offer this and much more!


Industry Facts:

  • $32 Billion a year US industry and growing
  • After crude oil, coffee is the second largest commodity in the world
  • Coffee is the source for 75% of America's caffeine
  • Over half of Americans over the age of 18 drink coffee daily
  • American coffee drinkers average 3 1/2 cups of coffee everyday


Brand Facts:

  • 2016 Top 50 Franchise: Franchisee Satisfaction Awards
  • No industry experience required
  • Low initial investment
  • Low employee need
    • Low labor costs
  • Simple business model
  • Easy to achieve ROI with high demand products
  • Multi-Unit Options Available
  • Master Opportunities Available
  • VetFran Member
  • IFA Member
  • SBA Ready Franchise
  • $75k Cash Available
  • $350-$375k Total Start Up Cost



John Francis

With more than twenty-five years of hands-on experience in the franchise industry, John Francis has served as a franchisee, franchisor, investor and Board Member for organizations such as Sports Clips, Office Pride, Seva Beauty and the International Franchise Association. John's exposure to franchising began when he was just a child in his family’s hair salon system, "The Barbers," which was the 1,000-plus unit organization that franchised the brands Cost Cutters, City Looks and We Care Hair. He later joined the family business, playing a major role in the integration and merger of The Barbers into Regis Corporation in 1999. Today, John shares his perspective and expertise as a consultant, advisor and keynote speaker to help franchise professionals “see what they don’t see” and achieve their highest levels of success.