Long John Silver's Restaurants, Inc.
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Franchise Profile — Long John Silver's Restaurants, Inc.
Long John Silver's is the world's most popular quick-service seafood chain with more than 1,200 restaurants worldwide and more than 200 additional points of distribution in Yum! Brands, Inc. multibrand restaurants.
Inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's classic book Treasure Island, the company was founded in 1969. This response to growing consumer demand for quick-service seafood was met with overwhelming acceptance.
Long John Silver's specializes in batter-dipped fish, chicken and shrimp, along with fries, coleslaw and hushpuppies. The chain serves nearly four million customers each week.
When you open a Long John Silver's, you become part of an organization with tremendous franchise support including advertising, business coaching, training, development and cooperative sourcing. They strive to work as "one system" because it's the best way to meet their customer's needs. You invest in them, they invest in you.
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