Pick Up Stix
Looking for Asian food franchise opportunities? This Chinese restaurant franchise is perfect...with tremendous customer appeal, a strong franchise system and a parent company that is globally respected.
Franchise Profile — Pick Up Stix
The first Pick Up Stix restaurant was opened in 1989 in California by Charles Zhang, a Chinese immigrant. His concept called for a quick-casual Chinese restaurant that satisfied American consumers' demand for fast, high-quality Chinese food that was wok'd fresh (cooked-to-order). The concept succeeded and today Pick Up Stix is a leader in the quick-casual dining segment with over 100 Pick Up Stix locations in California, Nevada and Arizona.
Pick Up Stix was acquired in 2001 by Carlson Restaurants Worldwide Inc., a privately held company owned by Minneapolis-based Carlson Companies Inc., a world leader in the hospitality, travel and marketing industries. Carlson Restaurants Worldwide operates, owns, franchises and licenses over 800 restaurants in 55 countries including Pick Up Stix, T.G.I. Friday's, Friday's Front Row Sports Grill and Friday's American Bar.
Today, Pick Up Stix is focusing on its company-owned restaurant base and that of our existing franchisees. New franchisees will be invited to join the Pick Up Stix family in early 2008. If you like this Asian food franchise opportunity, contact them now so they can concact you when they reopen for franchisee expansion.
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