SOURCE: Huddle House

Huddle House

March 25, 2014 08:07 ET

Huddle House Breakfast Franchise Drives Repeat Business With Affordable Meals

Breakfast Franchise's Value Proposition Brings in Customers, Revenue

SANDY SPRINGS, GA--(Marketwired - Mar 25, 2014) - Most Americans have gotten used to the $8-and-up coffee house breakfast or those long waits for mediocre food in a fast-food drive-thru. Huddle House breakfast franchises are changing all that.

The chain's friendly, affordable 24-7 service and its ongoing commitment to improving their local communities help drive repeat business -- and create great money-making opportunities for franchise owners.

Huddle House serves up hearty breakfasts with everything from eggs and bacon to French toast with sit-down service. This is especially welcome in the small towns that are the franchise system's target markets, because these communities typically have few options for a full-service meal.

The value Huddle House offers gives the restaurant broader appeal. A warehouse worker or a young family might not have a lot of money for extras, but at Huddle House, dining out doesn't have to be a once-in-a-while luxury. Huddle House's affordability means many customers eat there multiple times a week -- or even multiple times a day.

It's not just the prices that bring customers back. Huddle House provides the personal service that turns customers into regulars. Servers are trained to seat customers quickly and make them feel welcome.

With a half-century in business, Huddle House has learned where its sweet spot is, striving to be a community gathering place where seniors can stop by in the mornings for coffee or teenagers can hang out with friends on a Friday night.

Huddle House franchisees show their commitment to community in a number of ways, such as sponsoring local sports teams and getting involved in their town's Economic Development Council or Chamber of Commerce.

With its community focus and its affordable meals, Huddle House offers real value, delighting customers and driving repeat business that delights its franchisees. Investors can make a positive difference in people's lives, whether they're seeking multiple units or want to own a single restaurant.

Huddle House, with 400-plus units nationwide, recently signed deals for eight new restaurants in Georgia, Alabama and Illinois and is looking to expand further. 

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    Jonathan Benjamin
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