For those who are craving tacos and other Mexican-inspired favorites with a twist, there is The Taco Spot. The brand was opened amid the Covid-19 pandemic and gained popularity though standard marketing and word-of-mouth. Mexican is one of the top international cuisine concepts in the U.S. In terms of an initial investment, you can expect it to range from $177,900 to $294,000, which includes a one-time franchise fee of $35,000 and covers furniture and fixtures, initial inventory, grand opening advertising, and a 3-month cash reserve. Online orders are an additional form of revenue. The brand also has a strong item 19, which is attractive to proscriptive candidates and gives a sense of how much money they can expect to make annually. According to the brand's item 19, the average unit volume of sales is over $1.2 million.
The Taco Spot is committed to using fresh ingredients to create its menu of quesadillas, birria, burritos, tacos, and more. Customers appreciate the food franchise's keto options and affordable prices. With several locations in Arizona, The Taco Spot is looking to expand with franchise partners who are passionate about customer service and providing a great product. You will be provided with great support and training. You can expect an initial training program that is broken down into classroom and on-the-job sections. During the classroom section, you'll be shown some of the best practices in the industry. Additionally, you'll be taught in-depth about the menu, opening an closing procedures, marketing and advertising strategies, and more. The training program will total 45 hours.