There is a Papa Johns for sale here in Canada. Its been open only for a year, but they made 650k in revenues last year. They also gave away another 200k worth of discounts, so their food costs for the whole year are about 40%. They spend a ton on local marketing too - about 20k/year. The last few months, sales have been steady at 53k/month and additional 10k worth of discounts A few questions: Is 650k revenue in the first year, good? Do you guys think that business could continue growing another 10% this year, considering that it went from 0 to 650k in first year? I know they did heavy discounting and BOGO offers. You think customers would stop frequenting, without those offers? Surprisingly, nearly 2/3rd of their business is from pick ups, and only 1/3rd from delivery. I find that surprising, compared to the other pizza shops I have checked out. I see that the seller had a carryout promotion going. I also understand the head office is going through some rough transition, but I wonder if Canada is affected, judging by the seller making 650k revenues in the first year. What do you guys think?