December 02, 2011 // Franchising.com // Mucho Burrito, the Northwest’s newest franchised Fresh Mexican Grill, has arrived in Washington state with two locations - the first in Lynnwood’s Lake Serene neighborhood and the second in Renton Landing. This franchise opportunity in one of the fastest growing food genres in the country is being spearheaded by two of the area’s most prolific franchise owners, Feisel Ramjee and Roy Woolsey. Mr. Woolsey can be credited as the pioneer who brought the first Subway to the state, while Ramjee successfully opened multiple Subway branches throughout the Western Washington region.
According to Ramjee, franchises are among the strongest investment opportunities available with an 85 percent success rate and a high likelihood of receiving funding from lenders. Unlike competing quick-serve Fresh Mexican establishments Chipotle and Qdoba, Mucho Burrito provides the option to franchise in Washington state.
“The growing trend in popularity of Fresh Mexican dining coupled with the high business success rate that is characteristic of franchises in this market make Mucho Burrito a very attractive investment opportunity,” said Feisel Ramjee, president of MB Development Inc. “As one of the only fresh Mexican restaurant franchise opportunities in the state and with only two locations in the greater Seattle area, we’re very excited about the brand’s potential for success.”
With locations in Lynnwood and Renton Landing, Mucho Burrito offers consumers a high quality, made-to-order gourmet Mexican food option. Tortilla chips are prepared in house-daily, alongside fresh salsa, guacamole and a selection of slow-cooked meats.
For more information on Mucho Burrito franchise opportunities, please contact Feisal Remjee at firstname.lastname@example.org.