SANDY SPRINGS, GA - (Marketwired - May 13, 2014) - Huddle House diner franchise has unveiled a new logo commemorating its 50 years in business.
Not many franchises can claim this kind of longevity. But the iconic Huddle House diner franchise continues growing today without growing stale. The restaurant chain has improved and refined over the years without ever losing sight of the core values that make Huddle House so unique: Southern hospitality, familiar comfort food and the ability to become an important part of the communities we serve.
Last year, Huddle House unveiled the Evolution store design that modernizes existing stores and positions new stores to appeal to a whole new generation of customers. This year, the brand unveiled a new logo that celebrates its half-century of success.
For Huddle House, a big part of that is making sure their franchisee support is strong. "With other franchises, when you build restaurants or hotels or anything, they want to know how many cars pass in front of the building at any given time," says Randy Kveton, who owns two Huddle House diner franchises in West Virginia. "But with Huddle House, the company doesn't care about the car count. What's important is the rooftops within a certain parameter. Huddle House really pushes being community-oriented and doing things in the community."
The Huddle House value proposition for investors is also good. Many locations are available to the single-unit buyer who wants to anchor his community with a classic American diner, and Huddle House also provides incentives for people to purchase multiple restaurants in a variety of markets.
Huddle House has 400-plus stores in 21 states and 178 franchise partners -- a number that continues to grow.
For more information about opening a Huddle House franchise, visit: huddlehousefranchising.com.
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