Snyder's of Hanover
Marco

Mount Vernon, NY

#3505 May 11, 2013
Fishin Buddy wrote:
Marco, at 25-1 paying 7% interest on $8,600 weekly volume you won't be clearing squat at the end of the week and that's even if you know how to manage your inventory. Get a regular job at $15 an hour with benefits and you'll be better off. If you must do it, by all means negotiate the ratio. If it's company owned pay no more than 12-1. It the IBO is selling it no more than 18-1.
I appreciate the input. Thanks Fishin Buddy
Marco

Mount Vernon, NY

#3506 May 11, 2013
cookieman wrote:
Go to PFRoutes.com . For 220000.00 buy a pepperidge farm route. There is one listed in Staten Island.
Thanks for the info cookieman. Can you tell me how I can get more information about this Pepperidge farm route on SI or who I can contact?
Marco

Mount Vernon, NY

#3507 May 11, 2013
cookieman wrote:
Go to PFRoutes.com . For 220000.00 buy a pepperidge farm route. There is one listed in Staten Island.
Thanks again. I'll look into it.
Lanceisinmypants

Tucker, GA

#3508 May 11, 2013
Marco wrote:
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Thanks again. I'll look into it.
get a letter in the mail saying going to start charging us 5 bucks for a missing invoice ... Whats the 35$ bucks a week for ? How about I start charging these clowns 200 bucks a week for lost revenue cause of no product in the warehouse ..#theseclownsareajoke
Lanceisinmypants

Tucker, GA

#3509 May 11, 2013
Fishin Buddy wrote:
Marco, at 25-1 paying 7% interest on $8,600 weekly volume you won't be clearing squat at the end of the week and that's even if you know how to manage your inventory. Get a regular job at $15 an hour with benefits and you'll be better off. If you must do it, by all means negotiate the ratio. If it's company owned pay no more than 12-1. It the IBO is selling it no more than 18-1.
with nothing down and 7 percent for 10 years thats 680 a week payment ... No way
WNY Distributer

Rochester, NY

#3510 May 12, 2013
Marco wrote:
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The good part about the route however is that it's a tight route no more than 10 miles away from my house and all stores (mostly carge accounts are lined up close to each other. Gas for the week would'nt be more than $60 and servicing can be done in 3 or 4 days working 4-6 hrs per week. doesn't this raise the value of the route? Additionally, what in your opinion is the total breakdown of expenses? do trucks break down alot? I won't be traveling that many miles.
Being a tight rote does help and yes , truck do breakdown,unless you purchase a new one which then adds more expences! Gas, repairs, insurances including truck, business, health , disability . These all add to the cost of the route
WNY Distributer

Rochester, NY

#3511 May 12, 2013
Lanceisinmypants wrote:
<quoted text> get a letter in the mail saying going to start charging us 5 bucks for a missing invoice ... Whats the 35$ bucks a week for ? How about I start charging these clowns 200 bucks a week for lost revenue cause of no product in the warehouse ..#theseclownsareajoke
Just another way to nickel and dime the IBO''s
Marco

Mount Vernon, NY

#3512 May 12, 2013
cookieman wrote:
Go to PFRoutes.com . For 220000.00 buy a pepperidge farm route. There is one listed in Staten Island.
The Pepperidge Farm route listed in Staten Island Makes $1000 less in sales per week than the Snyders route and I would be paying almost the same price as the Snyder's route. Where do you see the advantage of that? Is it because Pepperidge Farms is so much of a better company?
Marco

Mount Vernon, NY

#3513 May 12, 2013
Do you guys think it's a good idea to speak with other route owners in Staten Island to get a feel of what they think about Snyders and to get info on any changes that might be going on in the future. Does anyone in this forum know for sure if Snyders will be going through a transition in New York?
BLUEGRASS

Louisville, KY

#3514 May 12, 2013
In Louisville pepp farms makes 23% crackers 25% bread. Even at 1ooo less/wk in sales you be makin more at pepp. PF don't pay promo dollars round here either. Please remember S-L is the lowest payin gig to distributors. Once the transition happens S-L will chop your route up , pay you less , and shove a hard pretzel down your throat.

I would advise anyone not to invest with S-L.

SINCERELY,

former Snyders distributor.
Marco wrote:
<quoted text>
The Pepperidge Farm route listed in Staten Island Makes $1000 less in sales per week than the Snyders route and I would be paying almost the same price as the Snyder's route. Where do you see the advantage of that? Is it because Pepperidge Farms is so much of a better company?
Marco

Mount Vernon, NY

#3515 May 12, 2013
BLUEGRASS wrote:
In Louisville pepp farms makes 23% crackers 25% bread. Even at 1ooo less/wk in sales you be makin more at pepp. PF don't pay promo dollars round here either. Please remember S-L is the lowest payin gig to distributors. Once the transition happens S-L will chop your route up , pay you less , and shove a hard pretzel down your throat.
I would advise anyone not to invest with S-L.
SINCERELY,
former Snyders distributor.<quoted text>
Thanks for your feed back.
cookieman

Eagle, CO

#3516 May 13, 2013
BLUEGRASS wrote:
In Louisville pepp farms makes 23% crackers 25% bread. Even at 1ooo less/wk in sales you be makin more at pepp. PF don't pay promo dollars round here either. Please remember S-L is the lowest payin gig to distributors. Once the transition happens S-L will chop your route up , pay you less , and shove a hard pretzel down your throat.
I would advise anyone not to invest with S-L.
SINCERELY,
former Snyders distributor.<quoted text>
pepperifge farm pays weekly on consigned inventory on total net sales. SL pays when you sell more than what you purchased the previous week. With Snyders you must control purchases while trying to drive sells.
cookieman

Eagle, CO

#3517 May 13, 2013
You can go weeks without being paid.
jimmy jo

Magee, MS

#3518 May 13, 2013
Lanceisinmypants wrote:
<quoted text>get a letter in the mail saying going to start charging us 5 bucks for a missing invoice ... Whats the 35$ bucks a week for ? How about I start charging these clowns 200 bucks a week for lost revenue cause of no product in the warehouse ..#theseclownsareajoke
Since changing to the new software last month I have had three separate occasions where the entire days sales were missing. Acc has to wait for my invoices to get mailed and then they manually key them in. Tech Sup laughed when I asked for a $5 reimbursement on my service charge.
Lanceisinmypants

United States

#3519 May 13, 2013
jimmy jo wrote:
<quoted text>
Since changing to the new software last month I have had three separate occasions where the entire days sales were missing. Acc has to wait for my invoices to get mailed and then they manually key them in. Tech Sup laughed when I asked for a $5 reimbursement on my service charge.
think I should call them and ask for the 400 bucks they cost me last week cause of no home packs in the warehouse ...

Since: May 13

Tucker, GA

#3520 May 14, 2013
Anyone heard the news on these rollout meetings that we have to attend ? I heard it was to help with making more money? Anyone had one yet?
The Franchise

Kershaw, SC

#3521 May 15, 2013
I sold my route last year but I did have a conversation with my attorney on an unrelated matter and asked him about S/L selling routes with company products in the numbers that were included then discontinued as a company. In my market, Grande and Krunchers were eliminated when the company chose not to continue to make them available to the I/O's. This happened within six months of the routes being sold the the I/O's. My attorney said the real issue is S/L selling routes with knowledge that products would be discontinued but keeping the sales of these products in the selling price to distributors. He said that this is a material breach of contract and there is a lawsuit waiting to happen because of it. He also said that it would be very difficult to prove partner brands that go away but any S/L product that was discontinued right after the close of the route sale is another matter. IF you can prove, and it really wouldn't be that hard, that you paid for a product that S/L had intentions to eliminate, you entered into an agreement without all facts being disclosed and have a strong basis for a lawsuit.
ibo sucker

United States

#3522 May 15, 2013
Alwayssomething66 wrote:
Anyone heard the news on these rollout meetings that we have to attend ? I heard it was to help with making more money? Anyone had one yet?
when is that meeting? And let us know what it was about.
cookieman

Eagle, CO

#3523 May 15, 2013
Alwayssomething66 wrote:
Anyone heard the news on these rollout meetings that we have to attend ? I heard it was to help with making more money? Anyone had one yet?
Is it for the updated handhelds?
roll out

Hanover, PA

#3524 May 15, 2013
cookieman wrote:
<quoted text>Is it for the updated handhelds?
Its about how to grow your equaty and what they can do for us to make things better.Not much was acomplished in the meeting in my area they had a reason for everything including the 100s of out of stocks

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