Open a Huddle House Franchise in Springfield, Tennessee
Huddle House has an exciting business opportunity in Springfield, Tennessee for your consideration. We’re always doing research on places with great potential for new Huddle House franchises, and we’ve found that Springfield is just that place! Our Southern dining franchise has more than 300 locations open nationwide, and we’ve observed that many of our restaurants have succeeded in areas very similar to Springfield. We will show you why opening a Huddle House restaurant franchise in Springfield, Tennessee is a great opportunity.
Why Bring a Breakfast Restaurant Franchise to Springfield, Tennessee?
Springfield is the county seat of Robertson County, which is located in Middle Tennessee at the northern part of the state. The city of Springfield has been a commercial center for the surrounding agricultural region for nearly two centuries. Because of its soil and climate, the area is known for its cultivation of dark-fired tobacco. In fact, Robertson County still remains one of the nation's largest tobacco producing counties in the United States. However, tobacco is not the only crop that grows in Robertson County, it's also known for producing wheat, corn, hay, soybeans, beef cattle, and dairy cattle.
Aside from agriculture, Springfield is geographically situated conveniently along Interstate 24 and Interstate 65. The city is just a short 30-minute commute to Nashville, Tennessee, making it an ideal place to live away from the busy streets of a major city. Downtown Springfield's commercial district, known as "The Square," is lined with charming buildings from the 19th century and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Other known places in Springfield include its state-of-the-art NorthCrest Medical Center and the University of Tennessee Highland Rim Research and Education Center. Springfield is also home to two collegiate institutions, Highland Crest College Campus for Volunteer State Community College and Austin Peay State University. Residents and tourists can enjoy outdoor golf at The Legacy Golf Course, a Raymond Floyd Signature Course and one of the best public golf courses in Tennessee.
JOIN A BRAND BACKED BY OVER 50 YEARS OF FRANCHISE EXPERIENCE
With over 50 years in the restaurant business, Huddle House knows just what it takes to run a franchise restaurant. We’ve developed the systems and procedures that will make your new restaurant business better. In addition, we provide proven leadership to help establish a new franchise location.
On average, we see many of our franchise restaurants costing from $519,935 to $1,338,075. In reality, each franchise restaurant has unique qualities such as location and real estate which determine the actual overall cost. Our start-up costs, however, are much lower than those of many full-service restaurant franchise brands in the industry.
Huddle House start-up cost estimates include many necessary details like:
- Buildout costs
- Initial marketing expenses
Our flexibility does allow you some control over your costs. For example, you might decide to lease versus own the property. You could also decide to convert an existing space rather than build an entirely new location. These and other options allow you to potentially lower your start-up costs in line with your desired level of investment.
Another fantastic advantage of opening a Huddle House franchise is our eligibility requirements. Unlike some restaurant franchises that require two years of restaurant management or ownership experience, Huddle House does not require this. If you have a background in another industry or occupation, you are at no significant disadvantage when it comes to eligibility.
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Disclaimer: © 2019 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.