With a restaurant franchise, you have the opportunity to become an important part of the community ad help families make some of their most cherished memories. Not only can you make a good living with a restaurant franchise, but you can give back to the community. A business that does this is the Black Bear franchise. It is a bear-themed chain of restaurants that offers a unique dining experience. The brand's first location opened in Mount Shasta, Calif., in 1995. Since it began awarding franchise locations in 2002, the Black Bear Diner has expanded to more than 40 locations in 14 states. The franchise is looking to expand to even more communities in the U.S.. As a franchise owner, you will appreciate Black Bear's strong three dayparts: all day breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You will also enjoy a large fanbase of typically multi-generational families. The ideal franchise owner has prior restaurant ownership or operating partner experience: a passion for the Black Bear brand and culture; and values being Involved in the community. Added revenue streams include dine-in, curbside pickup, third-party delivery, catering and private parties. You also have extra revenue from bear-themed merchandise, which also helps increase visibility for your business.
You will also appreciate the great support and training that comes from the franchise. Franchisees can expect an initial training program that takes place before the grand opening of your location. You can also expect site selection and grand opening assistance, advertising and marketing tools, and ongoing support for the entirety of your time with the franchise.