TacoTime™️ Franchise Drive-Thrus Can Help Drive Sales In The New Normal
The drive-thru opens up opportunity for TacoTime franchise owners to meet consumer demands for convenience.
Having a drive-thru is more essential than ever in today’s climate. Drive-thrus are not only providing a crucial source of revenue for businesses, but they are also the perfect vehicle for social distancing with safety, health and well-being on top of Americans’ minds. As a result, TacoTime taco franchise owners have seen more sales via their drive-thrus.
“There’s been a tremendous demand for fast, fresh, affordable food and TacoTime’s ability to fulfill large orders in their drive thru is a big advantage,” says Kevin Gingrich, Brand President of TacoTime and owner of several TacoTime franchise locations in Utah. “Additionally, our restaurants are perfectly designed for social distancing, as all of our locations have drive-thru windows, and our food travels very well through mobile delivery.”
As more and more Americans leave their homes seeking comfort food and convenience in these current times, entrepreneurs have a chance to capitalize on this trend by investing in a TacoTime franchise. If you are an entrepreneur looking to open a business that makes communities stronger by serving fresh, unique and delicious Mexican food, TacoTime can be a wise choice.
TacoTime can be a straightforward business to own and operate
At TacoTime, we are passionate about helping our franchise owners excel in business. This starts with our low-cost investment and continues with the ongoing support of our parent company Kahala Brands™, one of the largest franchise companies in the world.
Kahala achieves synergies and cost savings for our franchise community by bundling “back of the house” functions, where the entire franchise community benefits from shared teams in purchasing, real estate, finance, business training and more.
Moreover, TacoTime franchise owners receive world-class training and ongoing support. Our comprehensive training platform includes everything from how to correctly prepare and serve the TacoTime products to your customers, to managing inventory, to operating your point of sale system, ongoing coaching and professional development.
“I’ve been with TacoTime for more than 30 years,” says Gingrich. “Now as TacoTime moves forward, we want to find entrepreneurs who not only love the food and are passionate about the food, but who also have the desire to grow in their communities. Now is can be a great time to become a TacoTime franchise owner.”