Fast casual seafood restaurant has announced the signing of franchise development agreements that will create new outlets in the Midwest and the Southeast. Three restaurants are set to open in the greater Detroit area; three in Tulsa, Oklahoma; three in Southeast Georgia; and six in the greater Chicagoland/Northwest Indiana region.
Brad Reed, Captain D’s chief development officer, said “Over the past several years, Captain D’s has continued to attract interest from franchisee prospects throughout the country who recognize the brand’s unlimited potential for success. We’ve had our sights set on Chicago for quite some time and are thrilled to announce our entrance to the market, as well as all of the explosive development in the pipeline for the Midwest and the Southeast.
“Our rapid growth wouldn’t be possible without the passion and hard work of our franchisees, and we’re excited to roll out our new royalty incentive program, which was created to further assist new and existing franchisees with driving the profitability of their business and increasing their ROI quickly.”
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