Huddle House Restaurant Business Opportunity in Muscle Shoals
Huddle House has an exciting business opportunity in Muscle Shoals, Alabama – we’re looking for franchisees to help us expand our brand into this great, Southern town. We’re always reviewing demographic information to find ideal places for new restaurants, and Muscle Shoals has many of the criteria that we look for. Huddle House has more than 300 locations open nationwide, and our restaurant has historically thrived in small communities like Muscle Shoals. Here, we’ll show you why opening a Huddle House restaurant franchise in Muscle Shoals, Alabama is a great opportunity for the right investor!
Why Invest in a Franchise Opportunity in Muscle Shoals?
Muscle Shoals, Alabama would be a perfect town for franchising a restaurant business. We've already identified a site in Muscle Shoals that we think would pair well with our brand and is in a great location. To take it a step further, our real estate team has already ordered all of the necessary construction site plans which will save substantial initial costs for anyone looking to take over this particular property.
Muscle Shoals is the largest city in Colbert County and is part of the Florence-Muscle Shoals metropolitan area. The city sits in the northwest quadrant of the state near Tennessee and Mississippi. It's known for its music studios, specifically FAME Studios which produced music for the Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and George Michael to name a few.
This proposed Huddle House site is located in a former Aaron's Rents building, and it is conveniently located near the trade area’s retail corridor and “Fast Food” Row. Other retailers and restaurants in the immediate area include Walmart, Tractor Supply, Walgreen’s, CVS, McDonald’s, Chick-Fil-A, and Ruby Tuesday. The building has great exposure along Woodward Avenue with excellent visibility from all directions. Over 23,000 vehicles per day travel in front of the proposed site, and over 63,000 people live within the proposed site’s trade area. This number is much higher than a typical Huddle House Trade Area mostly due in part to the site's proximity to Florence, Alabama, which is only about nine minutes north.
Our Hospitality Franchise Has Enduring Appeal
Our Southern family diner chain Huddle House has a distinguished track record serving small towns like Muscle Shoals, Alabama. We believe Muscle Shoals would make a suitable location for a new, fast-casual dining franchise because we've had a lot of success in similar markets. As a potential franchisee, it’s advisable to partner with a brand that knows the industry extremely well and that has strong appeal for potential diners.
This is precisely where Huddle House excels. Since the founding of Huddle House in Decatur, GA in 1964, our franchise brand has won a place in the hearts of Southern diners from all over. We stand out for our breakfast platters which are delivered in generous-sized portions as well as for our extraordinary level of customer service. Customers love that they can come to Huddle House to socialize over a meal with family or friends at any time. As a result, Huddle House restaurants become natural community gathering points!
Our ideal franchisees come from all walks of life. Unlike some restaurant franchises, you don’t need prior experience owning or managing a restaurant. With more than half of a century of tenure in the industry, we have developed strong systems and procedures to help our franchisees run their businesses smoothly. Our training and franchisee support will ensure you are well equipped for the day-to-day of being a franchise owner.
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