Cash Crusaders Open Their 200th Store
On 24 February, Cash Crusaders opened their 200th store at the popular Protea Glen Mall in Soweto.
It goes to show that with a proven franchise model that spans over 20 years with not one store closing down that you can succeed in any economic environment as Cash Crusaders have done since 1996.
The success of this proudly South African franchise group makes it well sought-after by passionate entrepreneurs. Cash Crusaders aim to open 30 more stores in 2017.
Cash Crusader’s company philosophy of helping entrepreneurs be in business for themselves, but not by themselves, along with a successful three-tier business model that allows franchisees to maximise their profit potential by diversifying their service offerings makes it the success story it is today.
In line with this strategy, all stores trade in competitively priced secondhand items including mobile phones, appliances, laptops, electronics, and more.
We offer more than just second hand goods.
- Cash Crusaders is committed to being a niche provider of quality private label new goods too, giving customers access to a wide variety of value-for-money new goods which are sourced internationally. These range from home theatres, electronics and car audio to musical instruments, housewares and smartphones and include private label brands such as DXN Pro, Dixon, Jebson, Sanchez and Amber. These brands make high-end consumer goods more accessible to South African consumers, such as DXN Pro DJ equipment and the Sanchez range, which together make Cash Crusaders the largest DJ and musical instruments retailer on the African continent.
- Cash Crusaders is also proud to offer its customers a hassle-free online loan service called Pawn Express – fast, safe and secured short-term loans for life’s unexpected expenses.
Cash Crusaders is one of the largest and fastest growing franchise opportunities in South Africa. If entrepreneurs have a minimum of R500,000 in unencumbered capital, Cash Crusaders Franchising (Pty) Ltd will go out of their way to put them into business. The company also provides R300 000 towards start-up costs. Subject to credit checks and vetting. T&Cs Apply.