Captain D’s Announces Development Achievements Fueled by Ongoing Franchisee Success
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Captain D’s Announces Development Achievements Fueled by Ongoing Franchisee Success

November 11, 2021 // Franchising.com // NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Captain D’s reported 18 new agreements signed to develop 43 locations over the next several years. Half of those agreements are with existing franchisees, whose success continues to be a driving force behind Captain D's.  

“Captain D’s momentum has been building and as we’ve celebrated the openings of new restaurants, we’ve also been steadily building our development pipeline to support our  growth goals for years to come,” says Brad Reed, chief development officer for Captain D’s. “Existing operators representing such a significant portion of our development success this year is a true testament to the confidence they have in this brand and the unit economics.”

Captain D’s has recently signed multi-unit development agreements with existing franchisees include Florida and Georgia. Wanda Davis and Toks Achebe of Crossroads Portfolio, Inc. opened their first Captain D’s in Palatka, Florida, in 2020 and have already signed on to develop two more Florida locations. In Georgia, Anil Dossani will open the first Captain D’s Express early next year in Atlanta and has plans to develop two additional Express units in the Atlanta metro area. In addition, he signed on for four more Georgia units this summer.

“The other half of our development growth this year has been with new franchisees,” adds Reed. “ We are thrilled to welcome these new operators into our system, working with them to expand in both familiar and newer markets including Arkansas, Michigan, Florida, Oklahoma, Georgia and Ohio.”

Captain D's has continually invested in menu innovation and its vibrant, coastal design to remain true to its core identity - high-quality seafood served at an affordable price in a welcoming atmosphere.

SOURCE Captain D’s

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