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Rascal House listed as one of top restaurant franchise “on the cusp of greatness”


Rascal House was listed as one of QSR Magazine’s “11 Restaurant Franchises on the Cusp of Greatness!” Read the original article here.

From the article:

“Clevelanders are plenty familiar with Rascal House, a concept that has been a local staple for nearly 40 years. In mid-March, the company revealed that it was launching a franchise expansion plan to build out the Ohio market and beyond. Company president Niko Frangos has started accepting applications for Cleveland, Columbus, Akron, Toledo, and Cincinnati. The brand is also registered and approved to sell franchises in Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Frangos said he believes Rascal House, which specializes in pizza, burgers, fries, subs, salads, and wings, could open three to four stores this year and as many as 15 in the next 24 mounts.

“We’re proud of our history, our reputation, and the fact that we’re still a Cleveland hometown favorite. Now we’re taking the Rascal House experience to more neighborhoods,” Frangos said. The brand was founded in 1980 by Frangos’ parents and has served more than 2.1 million pizzas.

The franchise fee is $30,000, and the initial investment to open a Rascal House franchise ranges from $386,700–$694,700. The average restaurant is 2,500 square feet and employs roughly 40 full- and part-time people. The average unit volume nationwide, per restaurant, exceeds $1.3 million.”

To learn more about getting your own Rascal House franchise click here.

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