We’re Rolling Pretzel Company was founded at Carnation City Mall in Alliance, Ohio in October 1996. A second retail location was added in 1999 and the company began offering franchises in 2000. Currently, We’re Rolling Pretzel Company operates or franchises a total of 20 retail locations in four states.
The restaurants offer a selection of hand rolled pretzels made with the company’s secret recipe pretzel dough. In addition to traditional pretzel products, the company offers a variety of unique stuffed pretzel items, offering customers an option for a meal or snack on the go.
Real lemonade, fresh brewed iced tea, iced coffee, frozen drinks (available at select locations), and a selection of smoothies round out the menu offerings.
The retail locations are supported by a team of Associates based at the Restaurant Support Center (RSC) in Alliance, Ohio. The RSC is responsible for marketing, product development and ingredient sourcing, franchising, real estate, and other administrative functions to support the corporate and franchisee owned locations.
We're Rolling Pretzel Company has superior quality pretzels and drinks as well as the best menu variety of any pretzel franchise company. The franchise system is supported by food service professionals who have decades of experience in the industry as well as Associates who have experience in all aspects of restaurant operations and marketing.
The company requires the use of a standard POS system in all company and franchisee owned restaurants.
The company has an agreement with a distributor that handles the delivery of food and supplies to all company and franchisee owned restaurants. Franchisees are required to use this distributor unless they request permission to use another vendor, subject to certain qualifications.
During your initial training you will learn how to operate the business according to the system standards. You will have access to the Operations Manual, training videos, and other training materials that you can use to teach your Associates how to operate the business according to the system standards.
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