Open a Huddle House Restaurant Franchise in Lexington, tennessee
Now is a great time to open a Tennessee fast-casual franchise in the Lexington area. The Huddle House menu is made up of Southern favorites, and it has proven to be popular across Tennessee and throughout the broader region. We’re looking to open a new restaurant in Lexington and are seeking qualified franchisees who want to operate their own family diner restaurants. Here, we’ll show you why we’re excited about expanding to include the community of Lexington.
Planning Your Tennessee Fast-Casual Restaurant Franchise
Located in Henderson County, Lexington sits between Memphis and Nashville just 10 miles south of Interstate 40. Its proximity to major cities and interstate is attractive for drivers looking to take a break from traveling and grab some food. In fact, Huddle House typically thrives in areas adjacent to convenience stores and truck stops for this same reason. Lexington is also home to major manufacturers and companies such as Autozone and Columbus McKinnon Corporation. A Huddle House would benefit shift workers of these companies and others looking to fuel between all hours of the day.
The town of Lexington is surrounded by conservation and natural resources. A short 7 miles southwest will take you to Natchez Trace State Park and the Beech River runs through the southwestern part of the city. Whether its fishing, camping, or any other outdoor recreation, residents and visitors to Lexington can find plenty of activities to do in town.
A Standout Among Business Opportunities in Lexington
Tennesseans love the Huddle House brand for its large-sized breakfast platters and Southern comfort food. Add that to the convenience we offer with fast service paired with round-the-clock hours, and we present a package that’s incredibly hard to beat in the restaurant industry.
The draw of the Huddle House Southern food franchise brand is perhaps explained by our motto, “Any Meal. Any Time.” It’s part of the Southern hospitality that dates back to our origins in Decatur, Georgia in the mid 20th century. Our founder John Sparks was inspired to create a Southern diner with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. The very name of our chain signifies what we stand for: community and home-style food.
Huddle House has often expanded into places where our competitors were not willing to go. This means even smaller towns are on our radar. Huddle House franchisees can create hometown gathering places in communities just like these. Even better, the limited competition makes these locations key dining destinations while catering to the adoring local fans as well as visitors passing through town.
We also offer multiple, flexible restaurant formats, including properties adjacent to convenience stores, truck stops, and co-branded hotel restaurants. As a new Huddle House franchisee, you will have our expertise to help you select the option most suitable for you.
Want to learn more about what it takes to start a Huddle House Southern food franchise? Contact us today to learn more!
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