Captain D’s Teams Up With American Development Partners To Accelerate Expansion

Nashville, Tenn. — Captain D’s, the leading fast-casual seafood restaurant, has partnered with leading development firm American Development Partners (ADP) to propel the company’s ongoing aggressive franchise development plans. Captain D’s has enlisted ADP to aid franchisees in the development of new locations by facilitating the acquisition of land and overseeing construction.

Church’s Chicken To Add 20 New Units in Six States

Atlanta — Church’s Chicken® has entered into a multi-year development deal with Goalz Restaurant Group, LLC to develop 20 Church’s Chicken restaurants per year in six states. The agreement, which will affect expansion in Florida, Kentucky, Ohio, Colorado, North Carolina and South Carolina, is Church’s largest ever with a single operator.

Dog Haus To Open 300 New Locations Over Next 7 Years

Pasadena, Calif. — Dog Haus, the celebrated Pasadena, Calif-based gourmet hot dog, sausage and burger concept, has signed a development agreement with American Development Partners which will include the construction of over 300 new Dog Haus franchise locations in 12 states over the next 7 years.

Church’s Chicken® Adding 10 New Restaurants to Florida

Atlanta — Church’s Chicken® has signed a new franchising deal with Florida Chicken LLC, which has secured the rights to open 10 new restaurants in Florida. New markets slated for development include multiple restaurants in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Orlando, with another 10-restaurant deal expected to follow in 2021.

Church’s Chicken® Begins $40 Million 10-Year Expansion

Atlanta — Church’s Chicken® is about to undergo a large-scale, $40 million domestic expansion. The new franchisee, Volunteer Chicken LLC, will open 10 new restaurants with financial backing provided by American Development Partners (ADP). New markets slated for development include Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tenn., with another 10-restaurant deal expected to follow in 2021.

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