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FDD Talk: Average Gross Sales and Cost of Goods Sold for Interstate All Battery Center Locations in 2010

by Franchise Chatter on November 11, 2011

in Battery Franchise, Franchise Earnings, Retail Franchise

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What’s Sold at an Interstate All Battery Center?

Interstate All Battery Center specializes in the sale of batteries to both commercial users and consumers.  All centers must carry certain Interstate products, as well as other brands and types of batteries that the company specifies from time to time.

The centers also offer custom battery pack building, including battery packs for batteries that do not have a standard replacement.

A typical center occupies approximately 1,000 to 2,500 square feet and may be either a standalone building or a strip shopping center location.

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DC November 13, 2011 at 4:02 pm

Thanks for an informative briefing on this franchise. I’m looking closely at this franchise, as well as Batteries Plus.
Any idea on how Interstate Battery compares with Batteries Plus? They’re direct competitors, but BP seems to have some diversity in product – lights, for example, and an in store tech service. I’ve heard they also credit revenue from online sales to the local retail outlet. Batteries should offer growing demand, but what would be the things to watch for in this market?

Thanks –


Ambrosio November 13, 2011 at 4:17 pm

Thank you for your comment and questions, BP. To be honest, this industry is well beyond my circle of knowledge. You probably know a lot more about these 2 competitors than I do. Having said that, I will do some additional research on the subject and see if anything jumps out to me. I’ll also reach out to the companies concerned to see if they can provide some unique insight on what makes their franchise better. Here’s hoping that some of my readers who know about Batteries Plus and Interstate Battery can fill in the gaps in the meantime. Please stay tuned for more.

Best regards,



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