A NEW FRANCHISE
40 YEARS IN THE MAKING
Over the last 40 years we have strived to build a full-service, family hair salon franchise that tri-state communities would come to love and call their own.
Today, we believe the Lemon Tree franchise model is the strongest in the industry. We are excited to announce the national rollout of the franchise opportunity and to begin sharing our success with community and family oriented entrepreneurs all across the country.
WHY LEMON TREE?
There are many reasons to own a Lemon Tree Family Salon business. Some of our franchise owners love the deep ties they create with their communities. Some of our owners love the lifestyle this business affords them, with our semi-absentee ownership model. And of course, some of our owners love the fact that the investment required to open a Lemon Tree salon is markedly lower than any other salon franchise.
With over 150 combined years of experience, our management team has seen it all and is ready to support you building a successful salon.
FLEXIBILITY & GROWTH
“It’s more than just belonging to a successful franchise. It’s about being a part of a successful family of entrepreneurs.”
– CHRISTINE KYRO
Franchise Owner – NY
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
There are many reasons to own a Lemon Tree Family Salon business. Unlike most other salon franchises, Lemon Tree is not just about haircuts. Lemon Tree is one of the few salon franchises that offers the full range of salon services that clients need.
Combine this with a relentless focus on providing industry-leading customer service, and you begin to understand why Lemon Tree has some of the strongest unit economics in the industry.
“We’re looking for franchise partners who fit our culture, who value the idea of community, and who are driven to grow their business.”
– JONATHAN SHAW
Lemon Tree President
AVERAGE INITIAL INVESTMENT
MEET A FRANCHISE OWNER
Meet Anthony Pisani, a Lemon Tree Franchise Owner in Long Island, New York. After a short stint in Corporate America, Anthony decided that he needed to own a business in order to reach his goals. And so he went “all-in” on Lemon Tree.
Watch our video to find out how that decision worked out for him.