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Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers looks to add 57 units in Texas 

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Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers looks to add 57 units in Texas 

The fast-casual franchise brand has signed multiple deals with franchisees throughout the state

Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers has announced the addition of 57 locations to its development pipeline in Texas. The locations will be concentrated around the Dallas/Fort Worth and several counties in both East and West Texas. The brand only recently launched in North and South Dakota. Freddy’s has identified Texas a key state as a part of its overall growth strategy. 

“Our 63 operating locations in Texas have continued to perform exceptionally well, and we have witnessed firsthand how Freddy’s resonates with the local communities across the state. This proven success has attracted best-in-class franchisees to join our network, and we couldn’t be more excited,” said Andrew Thengvall, chief development officer at Freddy’s.  

“These strong operators deeply understand their territories and share our commitment to bringing Freddy’s craveable menu to the people of Texas.” 

The brand has partnered with the following franchisees: 

  • BSPub Holdings, LLC will develop five Freddy’s locations in Texas. The new restaurants will be built in counties that include Ector, Midland, Burnet, Gillespie and Kerr 
  • Outlaw Management has agreed to develop three new Freddy’s in the counties of Aransas, Calhoun and Victoria 
  • Lone Star Custard is committed to opening an additional 30 Freddy’s locations with a focus on the greater Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex after acquiring 21 existing Freddy’s units in Texas 
  • Ram-Z Restaurant Group, LLC has committed to 15 new Freddy’s locations in Texas, with development set to take place in Denton, Rockwall, Anderson, Cherokee and Harrison. The group will also open Freddy’s locations in Greg and Rusk counties 
  • Big Country Custard added an additional store to their original development agreement and is now set to bring four new restaurants to Texas. The added store will be in Brown County and is the first location the group plans to open for operation 
  • AOM, LLC signed a development agreement to open stores in Port Arthur and Beaumont, Texas. The group will also build new locations in Louisiana. 

The brand has added 80 units to its development pipeline since the start of 2022, and is projected to open over 40 units across the country. Freddy’s also reached another milestone when it opened its first airport location in the Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City. The brand aims to reach 800 units by 2026. 

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