Roosters Men

Roosters Men's Grooming Center

is seeking candidates for expansion.

How do I buy a Roosters Men's Grooming Center Franchise?

You can open a Roosters Men's Grooming Center without any salon experience. Being a Roosters franchisee is not about cutting hair, it's about building a business! Potential candidates are asked to meet the following financial requirements: have $150,000 in liquid capital, a total net worth of $750,000 and can expect the total investment to cost between $195,750 and $334,850. Financing assistance is available via a third party.

Total Investment$195,750 - $334,850
Cash Required$100,000
Business TypeFranchise
Target Market National

Join The Booming $65 Billion Hair Care Industry!  

Men's hair care makes up $25 billion of the industry and is still growing. No hair care experience needed! You don't even have to quit your day job.  Roosters Men's Grooming Center provides an authentic barbershop experience in a modern, upscale, and unpretentious environment.

Open Roosters Men's Grooming Center in any of these available states: AK, AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI, WV, WY.


Roosters operates in the ultimate recession resistant industry and enjoys a high level of built-in demand. We are pioneering the "male only" segment of the hair care industry and have very little direct competition. We stand above the competition by focusing on Quality, Value, Service and the customer experience! 

With the unique offering backed by World-Class Company (Regis Corporation) you will receive brand name recognition, a rigorous training program and continuous support from the leader in the hair salon franchise industry.   Regis Corporation is an American operator of hair salons, and the largest such chain in the world, with over 10,000 salons.

Ideal Candidate

Perfect Semi-Absentee Business! Being a Roosters franchisee is not about cutting hair, it's about building a business! We are looking for professional men and women who like the idea of keeping their full-time job and growing a multi-unit, manager run business. Ideal candidates should have good business and financial acumen with strong management and leadership skills. They should be long-term focused and possess a strong desire to succeed while impacting their community and having fun.

How do I know if I am right for the Roosters Franchise concept?

Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do I enjoy working with people?
  • Do I have the capital it takes to become a Roosters franchisee?
  • Am I financially stable?
  • Am I success driven?
  • Am I willing to follow a proven business system?

Training and Support

We will partner with you for the long run. Training is #1 with Regis Corporation. You are taught customer service, salon employee relations, sales tracking and just about every aspect of the salon business that can help with your success. And training doesn't stop when you open your doors. We'll keep you current on operations and business procedures as long as you operate your salon franchise. 

Technical consultants, artistic directors and vendor experts will frequently visit your salon to present the latest hair techniques and conduct in-salon workshops to train your staff. In addition, you will receive an extensive library of educational DVDs. To help improve management skills and promote a positive salon environment, we hold ongoing salon training programs for store managers. 

We provide location assistance, opening support and ongoing support.   We want you to succeed!


The barbershop was an American cultural icon from the early nineteenth century through the late 1960s. For generations, the barbershop was a way of life; a place to relax, enjoy great conversation, and get a fine haircut and classic shave. Barbers built personal relationships with their clients that lasted a lifetime.

In 1999, Joe Grondin, a Master Barber with over 30 years of experience, opened the first Roosters in Lapeer, Michigan. Joe's goal was to re-establish the traditional men's grooming center. He sought to create an atmosphere that evoked the feeling of a classic American barbershop, focused on providing quality service to men of all ages.