Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants welcome franchisees into the family, and give them a level of support never before seen in modern franchising, to help ensure their success within their own communities. David and Ashley Mullins have become first time — Dickey's Barbecue Pit Franchise owners, and have praised the efforts undertaken by the Dickey’s home office in promoting their store, and upskilling them as individuals.
The Mullins’ are an active part of their community, providing first responders with free Dickey’s once a month, delivered direct to the local precincts. They offer regular BBQ deals to uniformed officers, and July will see a special Police Night to appreciate men and women in uniform and their service to the community, with barbecue, police horses, and ice cream sundaes.
They receive regular marketing materials from the head office in order to help them promote the latest menu items and specials, and receive training videos daily to help them deliver the high standards expected from Dickey’s in every area. The head office is only ever a phone call away, providing everything they need to make their venture a success.
Similar stories are found around the country – Kristi Mahoney in Frisco is opening her first ever franchise, with a weekend of grand opening events offering freebies and money saving deals subsidized by the Dickey’s machine to guarantee she establishes her business at the heart of her community.
Roland Dickey Jr., CEO for Dickey's Barbecue Restaurants, Inc. explained, “We are a family business and that means we treat our franchisees like family. Fortunately, our family gets along great, and we do everything we can for each other. That means providing the best deals, marketing and resources possible, as well as the most compelling fast-casual menu on the market today. We wish the Mullins’ and Ms. Mahoney the best of luck in spreading slow smoked barbecue throughout the country.”
About Dickey's Barbecue Restaurants, Inc.: Dickey's Barbecue Restaurants, Inc. is the nation's largest barbecue chain, founded in 1941 by Travis Dickey. Since then, Today, The fast-casual concept has expanded to nearly 600 locations in 44 states. All meats are still slow smoked on-site in each restaurant. The Dallas-based family-run barbecue franchise offers several slow-smoked meats and home style sides with 'No B.S. (Bad Stuff)' included.
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