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Six Revenue Streams
Slow-Smoked Barbecue served in a fast-casual atmosphere.
Our national catering hotline 866-BARBECUE vets almost 3,000 calls & online inquiries monthly - Catering sales continue to break monthly records!
Barbecue sauce, rubs, gift cards, & Mr. Dickey's Barbecue Cookbook are available for purchase in Dickey's Barbecue Pit Restaurants.
Don't miss your opportunity to break more records during the Holiday Season!
Build sales with the ease & convenience of online ordering with order.dickeys.com - Pick up also available by drive-thru (if applicable).
Increasingly popular third-party partnerships help grow your business with outside delivery sales.
Top 10 reasons to Invest in your Own Dickey's Barbecue pit
- 1 Established brand
- 2 Low franchise fee
- 3 Site location assistance
- 4 Thorough training in management, operations & marketing
- 5 Protected territories
- 6 High purchasing power to avoid over-paying for goods
- 7 Quality products in our restaurants
- 8 Six revenue streams
- 9 Ongoing support from our home office
- 10 Multi-unit development deals available
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