Industry News | November 10, 2017

Bojangles’ Eyes Expansion in the Midwest and South

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Bojangles’ Inc., the fast-growing quick-serve famous for its Southern-inspired recipes, is seeking experienced, motivated multi-unit franchise owners to spearhead the brand’s growth in Cincinnati, Ohio, Louisville, Kentucky, and Evansville, Indiana.

“One of the most attractive attributes of Bojangles’ for potential franchisees is the way our brand resonates with fans across the country,” says Randy Icard, Bojangles’ vice president of franchise development.

“We look forward to sharing the Bojangles’ experience with potential franchisees who fit our culture and desire to bring our freshly-made food and wonderful customer experience into these exciting markets,” Icard says.

While Cincinnati and Evansville will be new markets for Bojangles’, the Louisville area has an emerging presence, with three company-operated restaurants anticipated to open by early next year. Bojangles’ has also recently announced development agreements with multiple new and existing franchise groups in Florida, Virginia, Georgia, and Mississippi.

Since 1977, Bojangles’ has developed a passionate fanbase that enjoys all-day breakfast, a wide variety of lunch and dinner meals, and tailgate-friendly offerings. Bojangles’ Cajun-inspired menu includes fresh, hand-breaded chicken, buttermilk biscuits made fresh every 20 minutes, salads, sandwiches, Fixin’s like green beans, Cajun Pintos, and Dirty Rice, plus their Legendary Iced Tea.

The brand has also developed a dynamic new restaurant design, which brings modern ambiance to complement its high-quality food and hospitality. Bojangles’ has opened several locations featuring the new design this year.

For more information about franchising at Bojangles’, visit Bojangles.com/Franchising. Follow Bojangles’ on Twitter and Instagram.

 
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