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Big City Burrito

Get in on the ground floor of this fast-growing business opportunity. Mexican food lovers on a budget will be thrlled to have a Big City Burrito franchise in their community.

Franchise Profile — Big City Burrito

Founded by George Lee in 2003, Big City Burrito promises "fast, fresh Mexican food."

From colorful tortillas to outstanding fillings and homemade soups, these restaurants give their customers a delicious array of Mexican cuisine at affordable prices.

Restaurant reviews in each city where a BCB franchise has been established have been positively glowing. The festive atmosphere, array of sauces and salsas, and the ability of the customer to choose fillings and toppings for tacos, burritos and quesadillas have brought satisfied reviewers coming back for more.

With the original store located in Fort Collins, Colorado, and only 10 other franchises currently in existence, there's tremendous opportunity for growth. And if you have one or more colleges in your town, your chances for success increase exponentially.

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