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Franchise Profile — Ham's Restaurants
The success of Hams Restaurant dates back to the early 1930s when the first restaurant was opened in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Hams has a reputation for fun and casual dining. By offering curb service, kosher meats, and delicious deli take-out food, Hams has become known as a gathering place for both old and young alike.
The company is now finally opening its doors to give qualified operators a chance to own their own Ham's Restaurant franchise. This is a great opportunity for those who are honest, ethical, and people oriented.
If opening a restaurant is your ambition, you couldn't find a better partner. Visit the Hams Restaurant website for additional franchising information, including more specific requirements for buying a restaurant franchise.
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