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Purchasing an Exclusive Territory

The standard Mister Aerator® business system is sold with a designated or protected territory.

Therefore, when you purchase your standard Mister Aerator® business system, in addition to receiving the complete turnkey package, you automatically purchase the rights for an exclusive, designated, or protected territory. This ensures our commitment not to sell a Mister Aerator® business system to additional owners/operators within the geographical boundaries of your designated territory. You reap the benefits from investing in your own exclusive territory, and you can develop a larger territory to its fullest potential at your discretion.

Mister Aerator® designated and protected territories are defined geographically, and the fee is determined by the market size of the territory. Three market classifications are determined and designated based on the number of occupied private dwellings (single detached homes) within a defined territory according to government census data.

Mister Aerator® Market Classifications

Mister Aerator® Markets Number of Occupied
Private Dwellings
Investment Monthly Fee
"A" Market
(urban)
Greater than 100,000 $59,995.00 $375.00
"B" Market
(large)
Between 50,000
and 99,999
$49,995.00 $275.00
"C" Market
(Medium)
Up to 49,999 $39,995.00 $150.00

The monthly licensing fee for your designated or protected territory is based upon the size of your Mister Aerator® exclusive territory. The licensing fee is payable on a monthly basis, commencing in May of each calendar year, and concluding with the final payment in October.

Note: Above fees do not include applicable federal, provincial or state taxes.

*Note: Prices are subject to change without notice.

Master licenses for some Canadian provinces and US states are currently available. Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing as master license.
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