The average American eats approximately four restaurant meals per week! And one of the fastest-growing alcoholic beverage categories on tap is whiskey. Big Whiskey Restaurants is capitalizing on both of these areas of American interest.
Big Whiskey has something for everyone. With multiple ways to please customers, Big Whiskey offers multiple ways to build your bottom line.
After opening in 2006, Big Whiskey has expanded to five locations, with a sixth opening early this summer. After ten years of refining their processes and recipes, they decided to open up their model to franchisees.
Now they are looking for passionate business people who want to join in their successes and get in on the ground floor. Big Whiskey is looking for partners who have business experience, are people-oriented and have experience working with teams. Restaurant experience is helpful, but not necessary.
The founders of Big Whiskey have been involved in franchises such as this as franchisees and of course franchisors. So they understand exactly what you need as a franchisee. They also understand the importance of community support. Big Whiskey believes in community sport, and that is why they’ve donated $50,000 to charity and raised an additional $50,000. When you sign up with Big Whiskey you become part of a bigger picture.
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Big Whiskey has a lower investment average and better sales to investment ratio than many popular franchises, including Fridays, Chili’s, Applebee’s, Buffalo Wild Wings and Texas Roadhouse.
Additionally, the “investment per square foot is less than half the national industry segment average.” A typical 5,500 SF Big Whiskey’s is only $198. The Industry segment average is $428!
“After researching a number of franchise opportunities we decided to go with Big Whiskey’s rather than a more established chain. Why? We believe in the concept, their numbers are solid and the company has the right attitude when it comes to supporting its franchisees. They have proven, professional systems in place and they treat us as part of their family, not just another business deal.”—Ed House, Kansas City Franchisee