Why We Love Partnering with Farmers & Ranchers
One of the reasons we’ve been able to thrive in small towns for more than 50 years is that we encourage our franchisees to build on land they already own. This model helps keep their costs lower over time because they don’t need expensive long-term lease agreements. Farmers and ranchers often own hundreds or thousands of acres of land, some of it alongside major thoroughfares. If this describes your property, you’re already well-suited to open a Huddle House franchise.
We also love to partner with farmers and ranchers because they’re notoriously hard-working. If you apply the same work ethic and careful planning you put into your existing business to your new restaurant, you’ll be well on your way to success. Once your restaurant is up and running, you’re free to delegate daily operations to your staff so you can devote attention to both your franchise and your other obligations.
We’re a Proud, Owner-Operated Franchise
Most Huddle Houses are owned and operated by franchisees, many of whom didn’t have restaurant industry experience before they partnered with us. That’s why we provide comprehensive training from the moment our owners sign their franchise agreements to the moment they open the doors of their new restaurant. We’ll walk you through the construction process and prepare you to run a 24-hour operation in your own town. Then we’ll provide on-going support to help you see a strong return on your investment.
We know our success as a national brand is directly tied to our track record in farm town and rural community business development. If you’re ready to try something different with your farm or ranch property, consider joining the Huddle House team.
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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.