Which Territories Are Available?
Taco John’s is growing in existing territories and in much of the U.S.
Taco John’s is a dominant player in the Mountain West and Midwest, with strong brand recognition and a loyal following. When residents move to other parts of the country, they often write us to ask, “Is there a Taco John’s franchise for sale in my area?” or “When are you going to open a Taco John’s here?”
The answer: Soon. Very soon.
Taco John’s is expanding nationwide, and growth opportunities are especially strong east of the Mississippi. That’s because there is a staggering hole in the fast food marketplace. In most of the eastern U.S., there is only one national brand choice for Mexican fast food franchises.Here’s a look at where we have locations so far, and the states and cities we are targeting for expansion.
Here’s a look at the states and some of the market areas we are targeting for expansion.
|Indiana||North Carolina||West Virginia|
|Primary Market Areas|
|Colorado (Denver, Colorado Springs)|
|Michigan (Detroit, Grand Rapids)|
|Missouri (Kansas City, St. Louis)|
|Ohio (Columbus, Cincinnati, Toledo, Dayton, Cleveland)|
|Tennessee (Knoxville, Memphis, Jackson, Tri-Cities)|
The opportunity is especially ripe for multi-unit investors who are eager to harness the growing popularity of Mexican food and grow a new brand in a thriving market that lacks competition. Taco John’s already has hundreds of locations nationwide and a Taco John’s franchise for sale in many growing markets. We’ve fought head-to-head battles against our rivals in Mexican QSR, and we know how to carve our own niche and win customers.
Americans spend $45 billion a year on Mexican food, according to the restaurant data firm CHD Expert. Taco John’s is poised to grab a larger share of that marketplace — and to grow the marketplace by introducing more customers to a fast food Mexican franchise that matches the quality of casual and fast-casual chains.