What To Expect

Unlike starting a business from scratch, franchising allows you to invest in a business concept and territory which allows you to build and grow your own business. You’ll go through several steps to find out if this business is right for you.

An introductory call will help determine if you’re ready and qualified to move forward with a Bin There Dump That Franchise.

Schedule a call with our Franchise Development Specialist, Leticia Wilson, to discuss franchise opportunities. 

We will provide you with a 60 – 70 minute presentation that goes over the history of Bin There Dump That and the characteristics of our simple and friendly business model.  

You will complete a Request for Consideration (RFC) and we will conduct a comprehensive and detailed Bin There Dump That Marketing Discussion. 

The validation process begins whereby you will call existing franchisees to evaluate their level of satisfaction and success. 

Getting feedback directly from our operators demonstrates success of the Bin There Dump That business model.

We will begin to outline your exclusive territory, demographics and zip codes.

A Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) is also provided for your review. The FDD is an important document that provides you legal information about Bin There Dump.

Once you’ve gone through the steps, you confirm with our team if this opportunity is one that you would like to pursue.

It’s now time for you to take the next steps towards opening your Bin There Dump That business!

Franchise vs. Independent Business

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