Rush Bowls is bridging the gap between two fast-growing industries, fast food and natural healthy food.

Due to increasing popularity, Rush Bowls is taking it’s brand nationwide. Within the restaurant industry, fast casual dining and healthy, all-natural foods are the most rapidly growing sectors. Rush Bowls is bridging the gap between these two sectors by offering a healthy, nutritious and tasty alternative to traditional fast food. Rush Bowls is doing this by offering fast casual, healthy food.

Fast casual dinning is an innovative concept that sits between fast food and casual dining. The idea is to offer higher quality food than a traditional fast food restaurant, at the same convenience and price. 

 “Customers are increasingly interested in eating locally-sourced, fresh food that tastes delicious and is quick to prepare,” said Derek Cafferata, CEO and President of franchising experts, All State Franchise Finders. “Rush Bowls has caught onto this growing market trend, capitalizing on establishing a strong and respected brand name.”

Rush Bowls has the goal to actively find suitable franchisees who are keen to expand the business model and brand. Rush Bowls has gone through 12 years of research and testing to ensure everything about the business offers a positive social brand within a rapidly expanding market. 

Rush Bowls Represented by All State Franchise Finders

Rush Bowls has recruited the help of All State Franchise Finders, to expand the business across the United States and Canada. “The ideal candidate for a Rush Bowls franchise would be someone with management or business ownership experience, advocates a healthier lifestyle, is interested in being an owner operator or semi-absentee and is fun, energetic and outgoing,” said Derek. “Getting in on the ground floor of such a promising and proven company is something not to be quickly passed over.”

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