Commonly referred to as The Sunshine State, Florida is known for its great weather, gorgeous beaches, and high quality of life. The state is home to numerous museums, theaters, and amusement and theme parks that attract millions of visitors every year, and its low cost of living means the state’s population has grown by over 14% in the last 10 years. With its solid infrastructure and skilled workforce, it’s no wonder Florida is ranked as a top state in which to do business. Your Church’s restaurants will benefit from all this and more, and we’ve identified the cities below as especially good ones for our opportunity:
home of Disney World, SeaWorld, Universal Studios, and more, Orlando attracts millions of tourists every year, and the tax revenue generated by this has allowed the city to make substantial infrastructure investments. Robust tourism has also meant more options for dining, shopping, and entertainment in the city, while its affordable housing and low cost of living have contributed to incredible population growth. Orlando is also a popular hub for trade shows, expos, and conferences, making it a great location for your Church’s restaurant.
the largest city in Florida, Jacksonville is a great place in which to do business, thanks to low taxes and cost of living, a growing workforce, and high quality of life. The city has the second-highest five-year success rate for businesses in the country, and its business-friendly atmosphere means more and more entrepreneurs are gravitating to Jacksonville to start their own businesses. You could be one of them.
located on Florida’s southeastern coast, this sunny, vibrant city is known for its beaches and tranquil boating canals. It features a beautiful promenade, called The Strip, that’s lined with upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, boutiques and luxury hotels. The city is also known for its multiple annual food and music fests, which draw thousands of people each year. With its high quality of life, access to three major airports, and low taxes, this hospitable city is perfect for a Church’s franchise.
Furthermore, it’s predicted that North America will likely be responsible for over 30% of the takeout fried chicken market share, spending a total of $2.56B at quick-service fried chicken restaurants.
If you’re excited to add a fried chicken restaurant franchise to your portfolio, have at least three years of QSR experience and the financial resources — $1M in liquidity — to build your Church’s Texas Chicken® territory right out of the gate, let’s discuss some options in detail. We’re looking for investors who can commit to developing a minimum of five restaurants over a five-year period.
We know how important location is to a business. It’s got to be easy to find and easy to get to, which is why our real estate and site selection experts do in-depth analyses of any potential Church's Texas Chicken® location before you settle on the right one. Just a few of the things we’ll look at are: