EZ Take Out Burger
EZ Take Out Burger is an American fast-food restaurant brand that keeps it simple, offering fresh, high-quality hamburgers, great chicken sandwiches, crispy French fries and real ice cream milk shakes as the cornerstone of their menu. Burgers and other orders are always made to order, therefore fresh and juicy, never left to dry out under a heat lamp. At EZ Take Out Burger, there are not microwave ovens, and you won’t find a heat lamp anywhere. EZ Take Out Burger locations are mostly in the American West and Southwest, and abroad.
Facts & Figures
Liquid capital required
EZ Take Out Burger is accepting applications for existing unit franchises, as well as new territory franchise licenses, in several locations, including, in the United States: Arizona, California, Colorado, Oregon, Nevada, Texas, Utah and Washington. Outside the U.S., EZ Take Out Burger is looking for franchisees in Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. The company seeks well-capitalized franchisees with a passion for the EZ Take Out Burger brand and the fast-food industry.
EZ Take Out Burger Franchise Opportunities – History
EZ Take Out Burger was founded in 1969 by Bob Love, a former employee of In-N-Out fast-food restaurants. The first EZ Take Out Burger restaurant, called EZ Out at the time, was opened at the corner of historic Route 66 and Central Avenue in Upland, California, about 40 miles east of Los Angeles, where the company headquarters remain today. The EZ Take Out Burger menu was originally modeled after the In-N-Out menu.
EZ Take Out Burger Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / EZ Take Out
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The estimated initial investment to open an EZ Take Out Burger franchise ranges between $200,000 and $600,000. Liquid capital availability must be at least $250,000 up to $1 million, with a net worth of between $1 million and $3 million.
EZ Take Out Burger Business Opportunities: Other Information
EZ Take Out Burger is now owned by Shannon Bane, who recently partnered with Bahrain-based Al Safar Group to launch a 50-unit, 10-year franchise development agreement in the Middle East.
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