TacoTime Delivering On Consumers’ Desire To Dine Out Again
Steady customers and revenue for Mexican food franchisees
After being cooped up for more than a year, consumers are eager to safely get out and about again. That means travel, shopping and, most importantly, dining. They want to dine out, and try new cuisines, flavors, and brands.
Whatever the case, it’s good news for TacoTime™ Mexican fast-food franchise owners. From the brand’s 60+ year footprint in the Northwest to its newer locations across the rest of America, the customers are lining up and the dining rooms are filling up.
Legacy brand holds up well during slow economic periods
Most TacoTime taco franchise locations were able to keep going during the pandemic thanks to drive-through sales, as well as by connecting to various online delivery services. Still, there’s nothing quite like those dine-in guests to really build business, says Ray Zandi, Vice President of Franchise Development.
“TacoTime has been around a long time because it’s a business built on solid fundamentals: good food, great prices, and fast, friendly service,” Zandi says. “That means business remains steady even when the economy’s sluggish. It also means the systems are there to support owners when they have to get creative, as everyone did over the last year and a half.”
A new name in dining can build interest and drive revenue
Now consider that consumers are eager to try new fast-casual concepts, and it’s easy to see why this can be the perfect time to open a TacoTime franchise. Americans love Mexican food, and when they see a new player, they’ll be curious to give it a try. From there, TacoTime’s menu will do the rest.
“This brand has legions of fans, and whenever a new location opens, interest is very high,” Zandi says. “People love the menu and the price points, and they quickly make TacoTime a regular stop when they want to dine out or grab something to take home to the family. There’s never been a better time to bring this concept to town.”
TacoTime is ready for the spotlight. With locations across 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.