Canadian chain BURRITOBAR announced recently that the brand signed with a Master Franchisee to bring 55 stores to Colorado over the next 20 years. The news of the company coming to the state was reported recently by QSR magazine.
“We are thrilled to announce the signing of another landmark Agreement, as our Master Franchise program gains momentum in the United States,” Chief Development Officer Jeff Young
told What Now Denver. “We are interviewing real estate brokers in the market and once selected we will commence our real estate search for a flagship location in the market.”
Young explained that the company’s development strategy includes suburban markets, properties between 1,000 square feet and 1,500 square feet, and areas with high visibility, busy daytime traffic, and easy access.
James Gulbrandsen is the Master Franchisee for Colorado. He will be opening a corporate store to use as a training faculty. As Gulbrandsen will be growing the brand here, other franchise owners are developing in Texas and Hawaii as well.