Huddle House Sets Sights on Canton, Texas for Franchise Growth
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Huddle House Sets Sights on Canton, Texas for Franchise Growth

Iconic Small-Town Diner Offers Hearty Returns

January 06, 2021 // // CANTON, Texas – Huddle up Canton: Huddle House is coming to town.

America’s beloved Southern diner franchise, Huddle House, has announced that it is spreading its charming small-town hospitality with plans to open a new location in Canton.

“We’re always doing research on the best cities to open up a new restaurant, and we’ve found that Canton is an area with tons of potential. Huddle House has proven to be immensely popular among Texas locals, and we believe we would fit right in with the Canton community,” said Scott McIntosh, Director of Franchise Development. “The people of Canton will be drawn to our fan-favorite breakfast platters as well as the opportunity for Huddle House to become their new neighborhood diner.”

Huddle House restaurants have earned widespread admiration in their communities for their warm, friendly atmospheres where every conversation, sip of coffee and bite of home-cooked meals are savored. Loved for its round-the-clock breakfast, Southern hospitality and big portions at fair prices, Huddle House embeds itself into every community by bringing friends and families together over delicious food, served from the heart. 

Known to be the home of First Monday Trade Days, Canton is the hubspot for the largest flea market in the world. During each First Monday weekend, Canton attracts over 300,000 monthly visitors, which positions Huddle House as the perfect place for social gatherings.

“Small cities like Canton create strong business potential and a solid investment for those looking to enter the franchising industry,” added McIntosh. “Local entrepreneurs who value giving back to their hometown through delicious comfort food and exceptional customer service will find opening a full-service Huddle House restaurant to be a great move.”

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