PigOut Catering has built a reputation for itself throughout the last several years for its unique approach to event catering. With an eye-catching pig roaster as the focal point of many of the fine-dining events it caters, PigOut’s latest adventure involves expansion into lucrative U.S. markets throughout the nation.
Recently profiled in the News Star in Monroe, Louisiana, PigOut is already garnering serious media attention in the Southern U.S. With an active demographic of young people in northeastern Louisiana who are more inclined to spend money on an entertaining and attractive event, PigOut hopes to be present in the Monroe region in three to six months.
“It’s a unique concept but it’s a hands-on business so we need to find people who want to run with it, be passionate about it and take control of it,” said co-founder Anne Dickson in the article. “The business success rate in restaurants is low so it’s very hard for chefs to borrow money to set up their own restaurant. Our business model is in the region of a $100,000 investment and you don’t need the brick and mortar premises so you don’t have to pay the bills to go along with it.”
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For more information on PigOut’s innovative catering franchise concept and opportunities to invest in and operate the business in Florida and throughout the United States, visit www.pigout.catering/franchise.