One of the most popular international foods in America is Mexican cuisine. Not only have Mexican restaurants allowed Mexican Americans the opportunity to spread their culture across the country, but entrepreneurs have cashed in on the booming fast-causal industry with a Mexican restaurant. If opening a Mexican restaurant interests you, look no further than the Moe's Southwest Grill franchise. The Mexican franchise was founded in 2000 and began franchising a year later in 2001. Since that time, Moe's Southwest Grill has expanded to more than 650 locations across 40 states in the U.S. The Mexican franchise no longer franchises outside of the U.S. Moe's is known for its fresh, made-to-order burritos, tacos, quesadillas, nachos, salads, stacks, burrito bowls, and house-made seasonal salsas. From the moment the customer enters the restaurant, they should feel welcomed and appreciative that they get to see how their food is made while going down the line. As a franchisee, you should be dedicated to great customer service and following a system. You will also benefit from the vendor discounts and support and training that Focus Brands, a repeatable umbrella franchisor of fast-casual brands, provides.
In terms of support and training, franchise owner can expect an initial training program that is broken down into on-the-job and classroom instruction. During this program, which takes place at corporate headquarters before your location's grand opening, will give you the tools and information you need to know to run the business properly. This includes marketing and advertising tools, site selection and grand opening assistance, and ongoing support and assistance.