Full-Service Restaurant Brand to Open Seven New Units
(RestaurantNews.com)- America’s iconic Southern diner franchise, continues to grow amid COVID-19 with the announcement of four recently signed deals that will bring up to seven new locations to Texas and Arkansas.
“Like many franchises, 2020 has been a year filled with challenges for us, especially as a full-service restaurant. But it’s also taught us the strength of our values and commitment to our customers, and what we can accomplish when we choose to never give up,” said Tim Linderman, Chief Development Officer of Huddle House. “The evolving landscape of the restaurant industry has caused us to adapt some parts of our model, while keeping much of what makes Huddle House a beloved national brand intact. That innovation and resilience has allowed us to continue to grow, even during a pandemic, and bring on franchisees who are a perfect fit for our brand, to serve communities who are eager to welcome new businesses.”
The newly announced signed deals will bring Huddle House’s round-the-clock breakfast and homestyle menu of big portions at fair prices to more communities in Arkansas and Texas, including San Angelo and Jonesboro.
Huddle House restaurants have earned widespread admiration in their communities for their warm, friendly atmospheres where every conversation, sip of coffee and bite of home-cooked meals are savored.
Based in Atlanta, the brand has a strong presence in the South and is planning to continue its expansion in addition to the new deals, includes opportunities in Florida and Tennessee. Huddle House provides an attractive franchise investment on several levels as franchisees benefit from extensive support from the start, tap into the breakfast demand at any time of the day (70 percent of Huddle House sales come from breakfast items, which tend to have the largest margins) and leverage the concept’s new store design that is proven to driver higher sales. With momentum on its side, Huddle House has become a highly-coveted franchise investment for skilled operators.
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