UniFi Equipment Finance Named Preferred Lender for MOOYAH

UniFi Equipment Finance, a subsidiary of Bank of Ann Arbor, was selected as a preferred lender for MOOYAH Burgers, Fries and Shakes.

MOOYAH is a fast casual, “better burger” franchise with accolades from franchise industry publications such as Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500 list and Franchise Times’ Fast & Serious list of the smartest growing franchise brands. It also was ranked No. 11 on Fast Casual Magazine’s annual Top 100 Movers & Shakers.

Due to the company’s franchise growth, MOOYAH saw a need to add a finance partner with knowledge of the franchise industry.

“Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together. By providing MOOYAH franchisees with best in class equipment financing, all parties will win,” said RJ Grimshaw, CEO and president of UniFi Equipment Finance.

UniFi is fueled by Bank of Ann Arbor, which boasts assets of more than $2 billion. It has created a custom program that will help MOOYAH franchisees secure 100% financing for expansion, store refreshes and break/replace/upgrade situations.

“Our goal is to increase the long-term profits of the franchisee, while protecting and growing the franchise base for the franchisor. We create a true custom financing plan for each partner,” said Turp Ricketts, franchise relationship manager for UniFi Equipment Finance.

“Our franchisees come first at MOOYAH and we continue to seek out and secure relationships that will help our existing franchisees expand and build on their success,” said Jordan Duran, director of Franchise Sales for MOOYAH.

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