Invest to Earn A&W Palm Beach County up to 18% ROI, 24 months
ResClub Resorts Invest to Earn A&W Palm Beach County 8% ROI, 24 months
Invest to Earn offering available at 8% preferred return on invested funds with additional potential up to a total of 18%. During the holding period, the return will accrue and be paid quarterly beginning the second quarter from the date (quarter) of investment and paid on within 30 days after the end of the invest ent quarter. The term of the investment is 24 months with an automatic extension of 24 months if the investor does not opt out before the end of the first investment period.
A&W is not just an iconic root beer brand or restaurant, it’s a piece of American history. Established in 1919, A&W restaurant franchise is the oldest restaurant franchise in America. For over a century, we have been a beloved brand, creating memories for families, sports teams, car enthusiasts, and more. We have perfected our recipes, ensuring that every bite of our juicy burgers, crispy chicken tenders, and signature root beer made fresh in our restaurants delights our guests.
A&W stands as a symbol of good times over classic American food and treats, and experiences that evoke a sense of nostalgia and warmth.
LOCATION IS EVERYTHING
The site selected for our first A&W franchise restaurant is Coral Square Mall, Coral Springs, Florida. Owned and operated by Simon Property Group, a global real estate powerhouse creating the experiential destinations of tomorrow, today.
CORAL SQUARE MALL DELIVERS CORAL SPRINGS
Coral Square is the only regional shopping destination serving families in the Coral Springs and northwestern Broward County area. Ranked 3rd in Money’s 100 Best Places to Live in Florida, the City of Coral Springs is revitalizing its downtown into a vibrant and sustainable area, with a 65K-square-foot Municipal Complex, dozens of parks, and a 182-acre Sportsplex.
DISCOVER CORAL SQUARE
Strategically positioned at the intersection of Atlantic Boulevard and University Drive, two of Broward County’s major corridors, Coral Square serves as the retail hub of the Coral Springs area and is surrounded by everyday destination retailers including Whole Foods, Sam’s Club, Best Buy, BJ’s Wholesale, Home Depot, and more.
Coral Square serves a dense suburban area of middle- and upper-middle-class families
in the affluent Broward County, the 2nd most populous county in the state.
METROPOLITAN AT CORAL SQUARE
Coming soon to Coral Square, a residential complex comprised of 204 apartments
in an eight-story tower. Slated to be completed in 2024, this complex will offer swimming pool, fitness center, playground, dog park, and more.
Use of Proceeds
Proceeds received from this agreement are exclusively for and secured by the real property, business operations, and the executed franchise license. Company reserves the right to substitute this offering with another equal to or higher value to Company and Subscriber if the opportunity exists at any time prior to term out payment.
Ownership Structure & Rights of Securities
The Purchased Units, when issued, sold and delivered in accordance with the terms hereof for the consideration expressed herein or therein, will be duly and validly issued and fully paid and non-assessable.
Risks & Disclosures
A purchase of a Membership Right involves a high degree of risk and, therefore, should be undertaken only by qualified investors whose financial and other resources are sufficient to enable them to assume these risks. Prospective purchasers should carefully consider risk factors, in addition to all other information contained in the Subscription Agreement, before purchasing a Membership Right. The risk factors provided are not meant to be an exhaustive listing of all potential risks associated with the purchase of Membership Rights and additional risks not presently known to the or that the Company currently deems to beimmaterial may also affect the Company, the purchasers or the Membership Rights. Prospective purchasers should consult with their own financial, legal and tax advisors prior to purchasing any Membership Rights.
Prospective purchasers should carefully consider, among other factors, the matters described within the Subscription Agreement, each of which could have an adverse effect on the Company’s ability to pay annual returns to the owners of Membership Rights under the program in which purchasers are participating (Returns). When considering the risk factors and other considerations described below, prospective purchasers should understand that the proceeds from purchases of Membership Rights will be used to acquire real estate, and the Membership Rights and Returns that may be payable there under will therefore depend to some extent on the Company’s ability to procure a sufficient number of subscriptions be able to confer the benefits contemplated by the program. The following discussion of real property with respect to the Company and the attendant risks should be read to include the Company’s interest in the real property and, by virtue of the Membership Rights, purchasers’ indirect dependence on such real property with respect to their Returns, as well as their ability to use and enjoy such real property.