About Roosters Men's Grooming Centers

After 30 years as a barber, Joe Grondin opened the first Roosters Men’s Grooming Center in Lapeer, Michigan, in 1999. Roosters franchises offer men’s haircuts, shaves and other grooming services in a traditional barbershop setting. In 2011, Roosters became part of Regis Corp., which franchises multiple other hair care franchises, including Supercuts, Cost Cutters and Pro-Cuts.

Roosters Men’s Grooming Center provides an authentic barbershop experience in a modern, upscale, and unpretentious environment. Our focus is on delivering consistent, exceptional service, and providing guests an escape from their busy lives.

We believe you deserve to have a space of your own, so sit back and enjoy the comforts of an old-school barbershop with a modern twist. Our stylists and barbers are skilled in classic and current techniques to give you the look you want.

We promise to deliver quality service; that’s why we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. At Roosters we strive to be the go-to grooming destination for guests of all ages.

The Roosters experience combines modern grooming techniques with classic barbershop elements.

From the moment our guests arrive, it’s as though they have stepped back in time to a simpler way of life. At Roosters, we get back to basics, encouraging our guests to relax and unwind in an atmosphere reminiscent of the past, where the pace is slower and meeting the unique needs of each Roosters guest is our first priority.

We strive to provide men with a customized experience through services and products that reaffirm what it means to look and feel like a man.

Company Founded


Current Leadership

Hugh Sawyer, CEO

Started Franchising

2002 (19 years)

Total Number of Units

90 (as of 2020)

Part-Time / Full-Time

Full Time

Stock Ticker Symbol


How Much Does It Cost To Open A Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers Franchise?

There are several costs associated with opening a Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers franchise. There is typically a franchise fee set by the franchisor, which covers the costs of opening a franchise location. Some other commons fees include equipment fees, marketing fees, licensing fees, insurance, and taxes, to name a few.

Some franchises may have a weekly fee that the franchisee pays for operating a Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers franchise. The weekly fee for opening a Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers franchise is not specified.

The full breakdown of these fees can be found in the Financial Disclosure Document (FDD) provided to franchisees by the franchisor. The FDD report will contain additional information such as whether the franchise is renewable (Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers Is Renewable) and does the franchise offer financing support (Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers has relationships with third-party sources which offer financing to cover the following: franchise fee, startup costs, equipment, inventory).

Roosters Men's Grooming Centers Company Details

Here are some additional details about Roosters Men's Grooming Centers.

Parent Company Regis
Initial Investment $39,500
Net Worth Requirement $500,000
Veteran Incentives $2,500 rebate on first-store franchise fee
Royalty Fee 4-6%
Ad Royalty 1%
Cash Requirement $150,000
Term of Agreement 10 years
Absentee Ownership No
Run from Home No
Part Time No

Training and Support Offered By Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers

Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers offers several support options to its franchisees. With 90 (as of 2020) units, Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers aims to provide support to each franchise owner to help them operate a successful franchise location. Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers offers 40-56 hours on the job training, 50-60 hours classroom training, and No additional training.

Training and Support Offered

Here are the support options offered by Roosters Men's Grooming Centers.

On-The-Job Training 40-56 hours
Classroom Training 50-60 hours
Additional Training No
Ongoing Support
  • Purchasing Co-ops
  • Newsletter
  • Toll-Free Line
  • Grand Opening
  • Online Support
  • Security & Safety Procedures
  • Lease Negotiation
  • Field Operations
  • Site Selection
Marketing Support
  • Ad Templates
  • Marketing Planning & Support
  • Social Media

Is Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers Right For You?

Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers has gone digital! Here are all of the ways you can find Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers online. Oftentimes, you can reach out to current franchisees of Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers online. Current franchisees may be able to offer personalized insights into what it is like owning a Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers franchise and offer tips to running a successful Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers franchise location.


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