(FranchisePick.com The franchise blog)
Hot dogs are the All-American food, and Franktitude was launched to make sure we always have a hot dog with all the fixins close at hand.
It was “burger and burger” everywhere, with no hot dog expert serving the fresh, tasty gourmet hot dogs at an affordable price. That’s why the concept started offering its freshly prepared products and gifted all food lovers an exclusive range of hot dog options with a variety of toppings as surprising additions.
This fast-food joint established its first business center in the downtown Miami area in 2006. With infinite hot dog combinations, and fresh franks (turkey, beef and veggie), the concept even allows customers to customize their orders. Making its distinct presence felt in the food business, Franktitude expects to open up almost 25 units within the next 3 years, some of which are already under construction.
After establishing itself in the food industry, Franktitude initiated offering a franchise business for sale. The franchisor follows a simple business model, with reasonable start-up costs and a low franchise fee. Furthermore, there is no cooking required, making operations further simpler! The franchisor is there to provide you with exclusive territories, so that no other unit can eat into your profit. The full-service franchisor also helps you in lease negotiation and real-estate selection processes. Moreover, if you want architectural and construction support or an on-going operational assistance, Franktitude is there to help just like any other top franchise.
If you are starting a franchise of Franktitude, it will offer you comprehensive and excellent initial training as well post-establishment marketing support to ensure complete success of your business. Since there is no cooking business involved and you just serve pre-cooked and chopped ingredients, you will require minimal employees to run your business. What’s more, Franktitude supports absentee ownership as well.
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