With new-store growth predicted to continue its rapid pace over the next decade, Freddy’s home office team is preparing with a new headquarters building and the promotion of several key staff members. In addition, the company has created and filled several new positions to support the expanding franchise base.
Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers has a special deal to spice up your holiday gift giving. With the purchase of a gift card of $25 or more, you’ll receive a bottle of Freddy’s Famous Seasoning. Freddy’s gift cards are never the wrong size and the seasoning bottle makes a perfect stocking-stuffers. Or, keep it and enjoy the tastiness for yourself!
Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers has the look and feel of a mid-20th century hamburger joint, despite having recently celebrated its 10th anniversary.
“We tried to give Freddy’s a ’40s and ’50s type of look and feel and convey the values of that time period,” says Freddy’s CEO Bill Simon.
Only a decade has passed since Freddy's first location opened in August of 2002. Now, the quick-service restaurant that specializes in cooked-to-order steakburgers and premium frozen custard treats, will open the doors of its ninth company-owned and 75th nationwide location in Olathe, Kansas.
The company's namesake, Freddy Simon, will join in the opening day festivities on Wednesday, October 10, and greet guests from 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Freddy's first location opened on August 26, 2002, with an unassuming outlook and only one mission--to serve high-quality steakburgers like Freddy enjoyed growing up on a Kansas farm.
"My dad raised Angus beef, and steakburgers were a staple in our house," says company co-founder and namesake Freddy Simon. "My sons, Bill and Randy, and their partner Scott Redler created a concept my dad would be proud of, and our commitment to quality and small-town hospitality reflects the values he instilled in me and my siblings when we were kids.
Quick-serve and fast-casual restaurants are meeting today’s demand for variety head-on, but they’re not just doing it with menu diversification. Some are providing customers with greater selections in the condiments they offer, allowing guests to customize their own meal with expansive condiment bars.
And it’s not just a rote selection they’re offering, either; these are top-notch products, since it seems traditional line-ups of mustard, mayo, ketchup, and ranch dressing simply don’t, well, cut the mustard anymore.
Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers is honored to announce its inclusion in Inc.'s 500/5000 prestigious ranking of America's fastest-growing privately held companies.
"We are celebrating our 10th anniversary this coming Sunday, and we appreciate this and every other recognition Freddy's has received over the past decade," says Freddy's President Bill Simon. "The Inc. 500/5000 ranking puts Freddy's in the company of so many great organizations.
Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers' sizzling steakburger patties are double-stacked and smothered in tender, sauteed mushrooms and melted Swiss cheese served on its famous butter-toasted sourdough for Freddy's latest limited-time offer menu.
The new burger is a classic and goes great in combination with Freddy's Chocolate-Covered Banana Concrete. This treat blends Freddy's premium, frozen custard with ripe bananas and rich crunchy chocolate.
During this election year, Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers has been celebrating National Frozen Custard Day with a campaign to crown America’s favorite frozen custard treat.
Throughout the last couple of weeks, thousands of frozen custard fans from all over the country voted via Facebook, text message, and Twitter.
The winner is Freddy’s Signature Turtle Sundae and, in a tight race, the Chocolate Brownie Delight came in a close second.
The fifth Denver-area Freddy’s location opens today, at 900 Sgt. Jon Stiles Drive in the Town Center shopping district of Highlands Ranch.
“We are so excited to grow the Freddy’s concept in Denver. Our mission is to serve high-quality, cooked-to-order steakburgers in a welcoming and family-friendly atmosphere,” says franchise operator Brian Pyle. “Our guests in Colorado seem to appreciate the hospitality as much as our signature turtle sundae. We hope the ongoing expansion efforts make Freddy’s a convenient stop no matter which part of the metro area you’re in.”