Rush Bowls satisfies a rapidly growing market – Consumers are increasingly seeking out healthy, all-natural, fast-casual dining options on-the-go. This is the same trend that has driven the explosive growth of the all-natural & organic industries since 2000, but is being poorly serviced by fast-casual dining concepts. This trend is particularly strong amongst millennials, young professionals and families.
Positive Social Appeal – Rush Bowls enjoys a loyal following amongst millennials and young professionals and is often associated with a person’s commitment to a healthy lifestyle in many social circles. This is reinforced by endorsements from Olympic & X Games Snowboarding medalist, Arielle Gold.
Rush Bowls is a unique concept that commands attention amongst common fast food options, but can also be easily co-branded with existing concepts. This enables operators of traditional fast-casual restaurants to introduce a healthier and more exciting alternative to typical fast food, and tap into additional revenue opportunities within their existing markets.
Rush Bowls offers a low-cost and streamlined start-up plan – No cooktops or vent hoods are required. Streamlined operations and minimal waste contribute to stronger margins. Established operations, store layouts, marketing materials and vendor relationships shorten the time before your doors can open for business.
Flexible store requirements-This allows operators to make the most of available space. Rush Bowls is the perfect concept for 500-1,200 square feet, dine in or take-out. In many cases, a Rush Bowls can be introduced to utilize surplus space not needed by an existing concept in order to maximize revenue.
11 years of market testing and profitable operation have resulted in an intimate knowledge of dining trends and purchase habits of millennials, young professionals, families and people who lead active lifestyles. Recipes have evolved over time to satisfy cravings and nutritional needs within these groups.
Extensive guidance from a team who have opened and operated hundreds of restaurants and are currently published in Restaurant Finance Monitor’s List of Top 40 Operators.
$192,000 - $351,500
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