TacoTime’s Multi-Location Agreements Give Franchise Owners Control
Bring an exciting new Mexican food franchise to your community — and then expand to serve a growing and loyal customer base on your timetable
TacoTime™ Mexican food franchise customers have a hard time stopping at just one or two items on the menu — because everything tastes so good. Franchise owners often feel the same way, which is why many of them own two or more TacoTime locations.
It’s a smart move. Since the early 1960s, TacoTime has been the go-to restaurant for Mexican food across the Northwest, and its recent growth into the rest of the United States is winning over a whole new group of fans. “By opting to have more than one location, a TacoTime Mexican food franchise owner controls their own destiny,” says Kari Combs, Vice President of Operations.
Multiple locations can create larger revenue stream
“When someone opens a TacoTime franchise, they are amazed at how quickly their customer base develops,” Combs says. “Long-term franchise owners will tell them that their ‘regulars’ are in several times a week, but when they see it for themselves, it’s a very happy moment. That means their new business venture is producing repeat business, and revenue, right from the start.”
That brand loyalty also means that a single location can become a very busy place in short order. When that happens, a multi-unit franchise owner can begin working with the team at Kahala Brands™ to scout out a second location. When that opens, the process repeats itself and now this owner has two busy sites that create revenue— and can go from there.
Turnkey operations mean all sites run on same platform
Another reason why many entrepreneurs have chosen to own more than one TacoTime Mexican food franchise is the back-office support they also receive from Kahala. This system is designed to make everything from employee scheduling to payroll and tax payments easy and quick, giving that franchise owner more time out front, interacting with customers.
“Every TacoTime franchise owner learns how to use all the different parts of the operations system, and support is always just a phone call or email away,” Combs says. “The operations platform keeps up with back-office functions, such as labor costs and inventory, which can cause trouble if they slip behind. When all that is being properly managed, the franchise owner is operating a more efficient business, which also means higher revenues.”
TacoTime is ready for the spotlight. With locations in the United States and Canada, the successful Mexican food franchise is ready to break out of its home turf in the Pacific Northwest and hit the national stage. TacoTime is looking for entrepreneurs who are passionate about bringing authentic and affordable Mexican food to their communities. TacoTime is led by a veteran franchise team and dedicated brand support team as part of the Kahala Brands™ family.