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Average weekly dollar amount per bay? I have a theory of Indy vs Franchises

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I had a couple of shops and sold out a while back and my weekly income was at least 4 times what I see the current franchising doing. Wondering what each of your bays is supposed to do per week?

 

I'll post the data collected once I gather everything and put it all together.

 

Charles

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