Open an Oklahoma Family-Style Restaurant
Family-style restaurant franchise Huddle House has identified Oklahoma as a great place to focus our expansion. Huddle House is already a household name across the Southern states, where our diner-style franchises can be found in more than 400 locations! Read on to learn more about the opportunity to partner with us in Oklahoma.
There are lots of reasons that we’ve chosen to expand in Oklahoma’s franchise emerging markets. A few of them include:
- The restaurant industry is already huge in Oklahoma, accounting for 11% of the jobs in the state. That number is expected to grow by 7.4% by 2029, meaning that there’s plenty of room for new Southern restaurant franchises to open their doors.
- Oklahomans love our classic menu that focuses on American-style favorites. In fact, the state meal includes cornbread, biscuits, sausage and gravy, corn, chicken fried steak, and pecan pie – all the type of menu staples that can be found at Huddle House.
- Huddle House has built our brand by serving rural communities, but we’re also looking to break into larger markets. Oklahoma has just the right mix of urban and rural areas that our franchisees can leverage. With over 78,000 farms in the state, there’s plenty of room to open new Huddle House locations in the type of community in which we’ve traditionally thrived.
There are many other great reasons that we’ve identified Oklahoma as a great home to future Huddle House locations –. Read on to learn more about why Huddle House has the right business model to break into this area.
Why Huddle House is the Right Franchise for Oklahoma
You’d be hard-pressed to find a family-style restaurant franchise with more industry experience than Huddle House. We’ve been in the business for more than 50 years, and we know a few things about starting up new locations. Here are a few of the reasons why we’ve got what it takes to help new franchises start off strong in Oklahoma.
Strategic Marketing Initiatives
One of the reasons for our longevity is that we’re experts when it comes to getting customers through our franchisees’ doors. We market our diner-style franchises through a variety of mediums, and we’re always coming up with special menu items and coupons to keep the interest in our diner-style franchises high.
Keeping Prices Low for Franchisees and Customers Alike
Huddle House keeps our prices so low that we’re able to compete with fast-casual and fast-food restaurants alike. Our customers love that they can stop into one of our Southern restaurant franchises at just about any time of the day or night and enjoy a great meal – many of our options are priced at around $6 or $7. How do we do it? Huddle House operates our own supply chain, cutting out the middlemen and greatly simplifying the ordering process for our franchisees while keeping prices low.
One-on-One Guidance for Our Franchisees
Opening an Oklahoma restaurant franchise doesn’t require extensive experience on the part of our franchisees. Why? Because opening a new Huddle House franchise means you can count on our team to support you every step of the way. We’ll work with you to find just the right location, master our business model, implement a targeted marketing campaign, and get your new family-style restaurant open as simply as possible. We’ll also continue to work with you and provide guidance as you strive to achieve your growth goals.
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Disclaimer: © 2021 Huddle House, Inc. This does not constitute an offer to sell a franchise. The offer of a franchise can only be made through the delivery of a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). Certain states require that we register the FDD in those states. This communication is not directed by us to residents of any of those states. Moreover, we will not offer or sell franchises in those states until we have registered the franchise (or obtained an applicable exemption from registration) and delivered the FDD to the prospective franchisee in compliance with applicable law.