There are many reasons to consider a Jack in the Box franchise when you're looking to grow or add to your multi-unit franchise portfolio.
We're no strangers to supporting franchisees as we celebrate our 71st birthday this year. That's right, over 71 years of bringing our fan favorite tacos and mouthwatering Jumbo Jacks to the masses.
When looking at multi-unit franchise opportunities, here are six reasons to put a Jack in the Box franchise at the top of your list;
24/7 Menu - Here at Jack in the Box, we understand that people have cravings throughout the day. Do you want breakfast for dinner? Do it. Are you craving our mouthwatering burgers and shakes at 8am? Who's stopping you? We offer every menu item all-day, every day. Your customers will thank you. To learn more about our menu, Click Here.
Prime Real Estate Availability - Here at Jack in the Box, one of the most attractive components to multi-unit franchisees is our availability of prime markets across the country. Currently, we operate in 21 states with major concentrations in California and Texas. This leaves much of the country open to new development. This gives multi-unit operators many choices with where they want to grow. To see where we are growing, click here.
Where many brands only deliver on 2-3 day-parts, Jack in the Box is known for our five day-part menu and since most of our stores operate in a 24/7 format, you can offer your customers' favorite menu items whenever they crave them.
The 5th Largest Burger Franchise - With over 2,200 stores in 21 states, Jack in the Box is one of the largest burger franchises in the country.
So, as you can see, Jack in the Box is an established franchise with many great benefits to consider when you're looking for a restaurant franchise. To learn more, please click the button below that fits with your current goals for franchising;
*The term “Gross Sales” means all revenue from the sale of all products and services, including delivery and catering services, as well as from vending machines and similar sources of revenue, and all other income of every kind and nature related to the Restaurant, including proceeds from stored value gift cards and gift certificates when redeemed but not when purchased, business interruption insurance, and revenue from off-site events, whether for cash or credit and, in the case of credit, regardless of collection. Certain amounts are excluded from Gross Sales.