BP Connect sets the standard in convenience stores with clean, modern, innovative locations where you’ll find not only a variety of sandwiches, pies, wraps and other sweet and savory delights, but also a host of automotive supplies, and the Wild Bean Café, with great coffee and food. BP Connect is a one-stop clearinghouse of all your needs on the go. The convenience store/café/filling station brand is owned by BP, the multinational British oil and gas corporation. The stores feature a sleek design and are known for having a kiosk with Internet.
Full Franchise Information
BP Connect seeks franchisees with a passion for quality and service, and a commitment to building a customer focused and performance driven business. With top-quality systems and training solutions, BP Connect sets the standard for brand recognition and leadership in the petroleum and convenience stores industry. BP Connect has approximately 200 locations in nine U.S. states, and is seeking expansion in the Midwestern and Eastern regions of the country. Franchisees receive full support from the corporation, including with marketing and advertising, training and consultation, sales planning, accounting and financial assistance, and advice on product mix.
BP Connect Franchise Opportunities – History
BP Connect locations were first opened in the United Kingdom in 2000. The first U.S. stores opened in 2001 in Orlando, Florida, and Atlanta, Georgia. BP Connect has approximately 200 locations in nine U.S. states. The BP Connect brand also has locations in Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands and other countries.
BP Connect Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / BP Connect Franchise Income
The total estimated investment to open a BP Connect franchise ranges from $2.27 million to $6.67 million, including estimated real estate costs, with an estimated liquid capital available of $700,000 to $1 million. The franchise fee is $30,000.
BP Connect Business Opportunities: Other Information
BP Connect stores have featured the advertising slogan, ‘A Little Better Gas Station,’ made popular by a song, LA, performed by the indie rock band Message of the Blues and featured in TV and radio ads.