Testimonials

“Roy Rogers is a concept this is a cut above the rest. It all starts with our menu -- real roast beef, chicken and burgers -- all made with the highest quality ingredients. This quality, variety and choice, along with our signature Fixins’ Bar, makes Roys the perfect choice for today’s consumer. Our guests crave our brand and enjoy the clean, comfortable surroundings of our restaurants. The opportunities for growth are extensive. We are seeking franchise partners to help us expand our brand in markets across the country.”

Jim Plamondon
Roy Rogers, President

 

“Roy Rogers has a franchise model that makes ownership attractive.  If you’ve ever considered owning a franchise and are interested in a unique and challenging opportunity with a brand that is experiencing a resurgence, Roy Rogers is worth serious consideration.  Our guests really love our products. Not just like them, but love them.  From our quality food to our unique Fixin’s Bar, allowing our guests an opportunity for individual creations, we have what guests crave.  I find it very rewarding to be associated with such positive experiences.  This work may not be the easiest thing you’ve ever done, but you’ll love coming to work. I feel completely supported by our corporate office, while at the same time, I appreciate the independence that I have. At the end of the day, I know I am backed by a reputable, fast growing company that will look out for my best interests.”

Patience Barton
Roy Rogers, Franchisee

 

“Why become a Roy Rogers Franchisee? To me it is simple.  The Roy Rogers concept is a hidden gem. In the restaurant world, many concepts have come and gone, Roy’s has not. We have a brand that has been around for over 40 years with positive results and great brand equity. We have a strong heritage and a strong foundation from which to build. The leadership team we have assembled is the right team to move our brand forward. You have an opportunity to join a trusted brand, a concept that works, and that has a passionate, loyal customer base.”

Greg Seymoure
Roy Rogers, Director of Operations