TacoTime’s Flexible Model Allows Entrepreneurs to Take Advantage of Current Real Estate Options
TacoTime’s adaptable footprint can help franchise owners succeed in a variety of locations
During these uncertain times, owning a small business with a ‘one size fits all’ approach isn’t acceptable. Having the flexibility when it comes to size and location is a key advantage, especially with rents likely to decrease and prime locations possibly becoming available in the coming months.
Fortunately, franchise owners with TacoTime®, one of the most iconic Mexican QSR franchises, benefit from an adaptable business model that has the potential to do well in various busy venues. From freestanding locations in busy strip centers to nontraditional restaurants — such as conversions and end cap models that feature drive-thrus — TacoTime’s flexible footprint means more opportunity to meet consumer demand by allowing our franchise owners to choose the best location for their market.
“One of the best things about the TacoTime franchise is its flexibility,” says Kevin Gingrich, Brand President with TacoTime. “If you’re an owner who wants to start with a traditional location that’s great. However, if you want to start small and scale up you can do that as well. Ultimately, it is really up to our franchise owners to decide, and that’s a level of control very few other brands can offer.”
TacoTime can be an affordable investment with the potential for high-margin returns
TacoTime has grown for six decades by consistently offering affordable Mexican food with only the freshest ingredients. At TacoTime, it’s all about the difference you can taste. This is why we prep and cook in house daily and offer an assortment of customizable salads, tacos, nachos, burritos and quesadillas.
Now can be a great time to invest in a TacoTime franchise. As more and more Americans prioritize health and safety, our flexible business model is perfectly designed for social distancing. Not only do almost most of our restaurants have drive-thru windows, but also owning a business that has the ability to provide comfort and sell family pack meals to its community is advantageous no matter the economic climate.
“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 serve fast, fresh, and affordable Mexican food in their communities,” says Gingrich. “Now can be a great time to become a TacoTime franchise owner.”
As a franchise opportunity, TacoTime offers a time tested business model that is straightforward-to-operate and can be quick to scale. The initial investment to begin operations of a new TacoTime franchise ranges between $331,150 – $636,800. The franchise fee for your first traditional TacoTime franchise is $30,000*.
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