The Juicy Crab announced that they are currently offering franchise opportunities to qualified candidates in the United States, effective today. Qualified applicants who are awarded the opportunity to own and operate a franchise will be provided with an exceptional business model, extensive training, and consistent, ongoing support from senior management.
The Juicy Crab was first opened in Duluth, Georgia by the Chen family in 2015. However, The Juicy Crab story starts long before the opening of its first corporate restaurant. The Chen family's inspiration ultimately came from New Orleans and from the world travels of Grandfather Chen. Grandfather Chen was a sailor who traveled the world, learning many different styles and ways of cooking seafood. One of the main influences that every family member loved, was the New Orleans Style way of cooking seafood.
“The Juicy Crab is all about having a good time and getting your hands dirty,” says CEO/Founder, Raymond Chen. “With great music, marine atmosphere, southern comfort seafood, always expect a great time at The Juicy Crab.”
Once brought on board, franchisees will obtain access to the brand, tested and proven processes and support, purchasing power and distribution chains, cooperative marketing, new product research, development and roll-out, experienced training staff, and continuing training and education.
“Currently, we are looking for franchisees that are looking to open restaurants, create jobs, boost their city’s economy, and do some remarkable things in their community,” says Vice President of Franchise Marketing System, Alan George. “The Juicy Crab prides itself on community service, and we are looking to do this on a national level.”
The Juicy Crab already has an established market presence and substantial market penetration in Southeast United States. From this highly successful platform, the company is looking to expand the brand in select key areas domestically.
The Juicy Crab has 28 locations in the south eastern US and will expand to over 30 locations by the end of 2020.
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