Owning a hot dog restaurant franchise does not mean that you are stuck in a mall food court. In fact, Hot Dog on a Stick encourages our franchise owners to find unique sites for their restaurants, including hot dog stands. Check out a few of the location options that our franchisees can choose from, and see if you can think of a good location in your market!

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Strip Mall

Generally, strip mall’s favorable locations on busy roads make them excellent locations for a Hot Dog on a Stick. Choosing a strip mall that is highly visible from the road maximizes the location. Strip malls have the benefit of foot traffic from shoppers as well as car traffic from commuters. Locate your franchise in a strip mall with complementary businesses like entertainment venues or other quick service restaurants.

Travel Hubs: Airports, Train Stations, Resorts

Airports, train stations, resorts, and other travel centers are ideal locations for hot dog restaurant franchises. Hot Dog on a Stick offers portable, easy to eat snacks, making them appealing to travelers. These locations—especially airports—see a large number of visitors on a daily basis. These impressions translate to a huge potential customer base.

Entertainment Plaza

Anywhere that people go for a good time is a good location for a Hot Dog on a Stick. Entertainment plazas center around movie theaters or bowling alleys, attracting customers to the area. A hot dog franchise benefits from the same kind of customers who frequent entertainment plazas, making this location a no brainer.

Amusement Parks

Hot Dog on a Stick is at home in amusement parks! Our fun product, festive uniforms and the portable nature of our menu items makes for a perfect pairing. Whether sipping ice-cold hand stomped lemonade on a hot day or enjoying a Hot Dog on a Stick while walking the park, we’ve got you covered.

To learn more about some of our non-traditional hot dog restaurant franchise locations, download our ebook!

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