Diner-Style Franchise Cooks Up New Opportunities for Texas
Huddle House, a popular Southern restaurant franchise, has identified Texas’ franchise emerging markets as having great potential to expand our brand. With more than 400 locations already -open or under construction nationwide, the diner-style franchise chain has developed a comprehensive franchise offering that is sure to interest Texas investors.
Huddle House has chosen to expand throughout Texas for many reasons, a few of them being:
- Texas isn’t just an oil-rich state, it’s also home to many industries and businesses. Texans work hard, and many of them work shifts at non-standard times. Huddle House believes that the Texas workforce will appreciate our affordable meals and flexible hours.
- Texas is growing at the third-fastest rate in the U.S. A growing population is good news for Huddle House franchisees who are likely to enjoy a larger customer base.
- As a Southern restaurant franchise, Huddle House serves the homestyle, all-American meals that Texans are famous for enjoying. Our great menu combined with low prices is sure to be a major draw to Texas customers.
These are just a few of the reasons that Huddle House has determined it’s a great time to open a Texas restaurant franchise. As you’ll see, we also believe that our brand is just the right fit to move into this exciting market.
Why Huddle House is the Right Franchise for Texas
Having been in business for more than 50 years, Huddle House has already made its mark in the U.S. – especially in the South. Our decades of experience in the region have given us unique insight into what it takes to thrive in markets like those in Texas, and we believe that our brand is better-prepared than ever to thrive there.
Our Independent Supply Chain
One reason that Huddle House franchises have succeeded while other businesses have failed is that we control our own supply chain. Entrepreneurs everywhere know that the costs of inventory and shipping are crucial considerations, and working with the wrong vendor can seriously eat into profits. Huddle House takes the guesswork out of the equation for franchisees by operating our own supply chain, ensuring that our prices are kept as low as possible. This is great news for Texas franchisees who want to maintain a competitive edge in growing markets.
Our Evolution Redesign
It’s true that many customers in Texas will already be familiar with Huddle House due to our longstanding presence in the South. However, we’ve recently unveiled a new restaurant design that’s already been implemented in many of our locations. Customers new and old love our updated interiors that celebrate our classic diner-style menu with an eye towards the future.
Generous Portion Sizes
They say that everything’s bigger in Texas and that includes appetites! While Huddle House is always evolving to keep our offerings competitive and enticing to customers, one thing that will never change is our generous portion sizes. We believe that diners in Texas will especially appreciate our commitment to value and quality.
Are you ready to learn more about this exciting opportunity to break into Texas’ franchise emerging markets? Contact Huddle House today using the form at the top of the page to learn about the many benefits of partnering with us.
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