This is a press release submitted to the Las Vegas Sun. It has not been verified or edited by the Sun.
Burger joint takes a bite out of crowd investing
Published on Tue, Oct 30, 2012 (10:33 a.m.)Jaws Jumbo Burgers, an independent restaurant, utilizes
crowd investing to build their burger concept.
During these tough economic times when banks are not lending and have cut credit lines it is hard to find capital to expand. Many small businesses need to come up with creative ideas to raise funds. Jaws Jumbo Burgers is
using the crowd investing concept in order to raise capital for expansion nationwide. Crowd investing is when a group of people pool their
financial resources for a specific investment and receive equity from the venture via the internet. Crowd investing is fast becoming the wave of the future in raising capital for small businesses.Jaws Jumbo Burgers Crowd Investing Program allows their members to share 30% ownership and profits of all new Jaws Jumbo Burger Restaurants, 30% of all franchise sales and a written contract agreement. A onetime membership joining fee and a monthly due fee is required to maintain membership. They are currently seeking 300 Crowd Investors to expand to California, Arizona, the Carolina’s,Texas and Las Vegas.
Based in Farmington Hills, MI. Jaws Jumbo Burgers is the first and only movie tribute restaurant in the world based off Steven Spielberg’s 1975 blockbuster hit JAWS. The name association alone is enough to have lines out the door. The restaurant has unique attractions and hooks with JAWS movie posters and
memorabilia placed throughout the restaurant. Family adventure movies such as Spiderman, Ironman, Thor, Superman etc…are shown on their five plasma screen television with surround sound and surround vision.
Jaws Jumbo Burgers are in a league of their own. They serve giant ground sirloin burgers for giant appetites, fresh squeezed lemonade and real ice-cream milkshakes. Jaws Jumbo Burgers is a baby
boomers paradise with good old fashioned comfort food and service done right.
- Dear Oakland: Several lessons from St. Louis on losing your NFL team
- Thanks to flux capacitor, Plaza revisits movie role
- Trump’s ventures have long fueled business, controversy in Nevada
- Judge: Poker pro Ivey, pal broke gambling rules in $10 million win
- Nevada Highway Patrol making drones its eye in the sky