On Monday, Aug. 14, Huddle House, a growing breakfast franchise, will be expanding to include three new locations in Arkansas, with openings scheduled to start in 2024. This is part of the continuation of multi-unit signings that the franchise has announced in 2023. Jason and Sarah Everett, husband and wife, have been announced as the owners of the three new locations in Arkansas.


Ascent Hospitality Management, the parent company of eatery, as well as Perkins Restaurant & Bakery, has signed 7o franchise agreements in the past two years, which will bring its total of 300 locations that are currently open or in development across the United States and Canada.


“We are excited to announce Huddle House’s expansion in Arkansas,” said Troy Tracy, brand president and COO for Huddle House. “Our new franchise owners, Sarah and Jason Everett, are deeply rooted in their community, and we can’t wait to be a part of their journey as they bring Huddle House to Arkansas.”


The Everett’s are eager to join the Huddle House family, according to the news release. The vision for these locations is to make Huddle House the ultimate spot for after-school activities, post-sports event meetups and more.


“We’re excited to provide a place where the community can come together after games and enjoy quality time with their loved ones,” said Jason Everett, Huddle House Multi-Unit franchise owner. “I personally love heading to the diner after a sports game, and I know Arkansas’ spirit revolves around family and sports.”


“Jason and Sarah are the ideal Huddle House franchise owners, and our team is thrilled to drive growth in the Arkansas market,” Peter Ortiz, chief development officer of Ascent Hospitality Management, said. “We’re committed to fostering their success and building a strong partnership.”


For more information about Huddle House or its franchising opportunities, visit its website. 


Photo courtesy of Huddle House. 


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