Hot Rooster Spicy Chicken Shack

Franchise Costs

Liquid Capital Required:$100,000
Net Worth Required:$150,000
Franchise Fee:$40,000
Royalty Type:Percentage

Franchisee Options

Financing:Via 3rd party
Training:Available
Veteran Discount:40% discount on franchise fees

Franchisor Details

Incorporated Name:Hot Rooster Spicy Chicken Shack
Total Units:120
Year Founded:2001
Home Office:Nashville, TN
Awards:Entrepreneur's #1 Franchise - 2017

About Hot Rooster Spicy Chicken Shack

A quick-service restaurant that specializes in delicious southern-style bone-in chicken with a spicy kick that keeps customers coming back for more time and again, Hot Rooster is the king of the roost when it comes to spicy chicken flavor. Hot Rooster Spicy Chicken Shack has been recognized by our patrons as the leading brand in flavorful chicken dishes and tasty combinations for over 15 years running, and the brand's proven success has followed to each new location over that time frame.

Values & History

Established in 2001 the Hot Rooster Spicy Chicken Shack brought its unique twist on the spicy chicken tradition to customers in the Nashville, TN area and the company was an immediate smash hit. Its delicious menu offers a range of tasty selections from french fries and hot wings to spicy barbecue chicken and an assortment of craft beers and soft drinks for spicy chicken lovers of all kinds. With nearly 20 years as a fan favorite in the Nashville, TN area, the company now boasts over 120 locations nationwide since its move to a franchise model in 2003.

Industry Performance

Fast-casual dining chains continued to drive sales over the last year, generating $42.2 billion in US sales in 2018 alone, up 8% from the prior year, with growth outpacing the rest of the industry by a significant margin. Hot Rooster's recognizable brand coupled with outstanding training and support for franchise owners leaves the company in a position for continued growth and success throughout the next decade.

Purchasing a Hot Rooster Spicy Chicken Shack Franchise

Those interested in purchasing a Hot Rooster Spicy Chicken Shack franchise will need a minimum net worth of $150k and access to at least $100k in liquid capital. Franchise fees of $40k for the brand will apply, as well as royalty fees on a sliding scale that depends on the franchise model selected. Financing is available for qualified individuals through a third-party lender, and veterans are proudly offered a 40% discount on franchise fees.

Ideal Candidate & Qualifications

Hot Rooster is seeking qualified candidates who can deliver on the high standards of service promised by the brand. Prospective owners should be people who can build relationships while maintaining a high level of motivation for business success. Natural team leaders with an interest in unique investment opportunities are ideal, and candidates should be prepared to make a full-time investment in the management and operation of their new business to promote success.

Training & Support

Comprehensive training is provided for new franchise owners, covering everything needed to run a successful operation including site evaluation and selection, construction support, equipment selection and layout, design options for your new location, and more. Owners and their staff will be fully trained on our proprietary food preparation and best practices for service, while ongoing support and instruction will be provided for accounting, merchandising, advertising, sales, and promotional offerings.

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Hot Rooster Spicy Chicken Shack is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District Of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming