Franchise Restaurant Business Opportunity in Fort Valley
Huddle House has an exciting business opportunity in Fort Valley, Georgia for your consideration. We’re always doing research on the best places to open a new Huddle House franchise, and we’ve found that Fort Valley is an area with a ton of potential. Our Southern dining franchise has more than 400 locations open or under development nationwide, and we’ve observed that many of our restaurants have succeeded in areas very similar to Fort Valley. We explain below why opening a Huddle House restaurant franchise in Fort Valley, Georgia is a great opportunity, so read on to find out more!
Opening a Southern Diner Franchise in Fort Valley, Georgia
Now is a great time to open up a restaurant franchise, and we have the perfect spot pre-identified here with Fort Valley, Georgia. In fact, our real estate team has already finished concept plans and site plans as well as completed the preliminary cost estimate for the build-out. This level of due diligence not only saves the prospective franchisee time, but it also saves significant upfront costs.
Fort Valley is located in the county seat of Peach County, Georgia. There are over 9,400 households in Fort Valley and that number continues to climb year-over-year. The city was long known as the "Peach Capitol of the World" and is the center of Georgia's largest peach-producing area. Lane Packing Company operates a large peach packing and retail facility at the edge of town, which has become a popular tourist attraction. Fort Valley is also the corporate headquarters for Blue Bird Corporation, one of the nation's largest manufacturers of activity buses and school buses. Speaking of schools, the Peach County School District consists of three elementary schools, two middle schools, and a high school. The city is also home to Fort Valley State University.
Fort Valley is a city in transition, which makes it an ideal location for a Huddle House franchise. Served by a dedicated mayor, city council, fire and police departments, and an innovative city-owned utility service, Fort Valley is well-prepared for substantial growth over the next few years.
Go with a Southern-Style Casual Restaurant Franchise
With a track record of serving small towns similar to Fort Valley throughout Georgia and the South, there are multiple reasons to select Huddle House for your franchise investment. The Huddle House motto, “Any Meal. Any Time” is incredibly popular with busy professionals and students alike.
Fort Valley students who attend schools such as Fort Valley Middle School and Peach County High School are an ideal target market for our franchises. When Huddle House started, we had a vision to create community gathering spaces where students and families both could socialize after the local football games. This vision has proven to be incredibly relevant still today, and our restaurants indeed serve as important community gathering sites.
The appeal of our breakfast menu means steady revenue for Georgia quick-service restaurants. These items tend to boost both spending and profit margins for Huddle House franchises. Our franchises enjoy strong unit-level economics through this factor as well as our in-house distribution services. The affordable prices at Huddle House restaurants, along with the heart-warming experience, presents a compelling package that keeps diners returning for more. This means we can compete well with fast food restaurants and large national chains.
When you open a Huddle House franchise, you won’t have to go about it alone. Strong franchisee support is part of our ethos. Our franchisees are provided with comprehensive training to ensure they become adept at the operations side of their business.
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