Dave’s Hot Chicken, a California Company, Expands with Seven New Locations in One Week

Joel Eisenberg
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Author’s Note

This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets: Dave's Hot Chicken and FastCasual.com.

Introduction

An acclaimed California fast casual food company is in the midst of an ambitious national expansion.

Let us explore.

Dave's Hot Chicken, 2023

According to a November 20th report from FastCasual.com, Dave's Hot Chicken has just opened seven restaurants in one week in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; Saugus, Maryland; Phoenix, Arizona; Queensbury and Tonawanda New York; Westminster, Colorado and Webster, Texas.

Dave's Hot Chicken is based in Los Angeles.

As excerpted from the report: Hot off this week's growth momentum, Dave's Hot Chicken has opened 69 locations so far this year, bringing its total open store count to 170. Also this year, 109 franchise commitments were signed, bringing its total commitment count to 862 and a packed pipeline heading into 2024.

On a related note, the report goes on to state: Capitalizing on its growth momentum, Dave's Hot Chicken has identified various avenues to further enhance its footprint, including menu upgrades and establishing partnerships as well as reinforcing its top-tier executive team.

Conclusion

The rapid expansion of Dave's Hot Chicken is a developing story. In the event of pertinent updates to this matter, I will share them here on NewsBreak.

Thank you for reading.




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