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SHOTS Food Beverage Blog

Date : Feb 21, 2018

Food Beverage

Ready to Take Food Beverage by Storm

SHOTS Franchise has been patiently waiting for several stars to align. Truth be told, the SHOTS Group had no idea how successful their Food Beverage concept would be. And so begins another great franchise model story…

SHOTS brand launched in December, 2015 in a humble 2,200 SF warehouse in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District. Partners David, Jason and Oscar assumed people would stroll in to enjoy innovative SHOTS and trendy beer cocktails.  Memorable as can be, the group opened their business for the first time ever during the 2015 Miami Art Week Art Basel celebration. Unbeknownst to them, the thirst for SHOTS was REAL and a full blown Food Beverage program began.  SHOTS Miami rapidly expanded to over 7K SF. Additions included 3 bars, a full blown VIP, stage, 2 DJs and dancefloors, a kitchen and 3 new bathrooms to boot.

Realizing they had the worlds’ freshest and most innovative Food Beverage concept on their hands, the trio rushed to legally protect it and immediately franchised it thereafter. During the franchise process, the Partners also arrived at a wonderful opportunity to build out a fresh space and expand operations to Orlando, Florida. Being the avid risk takers they are, the pounced on the opportunity. Two years later, SHOTS Orlando became a reality and all eyes are set on Franchising in the Food Beverage industry.

And So it Begins…

For two years, the partners have held back the urge to aggressively market and push this amazing Food Beverage franchise offering to the masses for fear of not being able to dedicate the time, talent and attention each and every one of their potential franchisees merits. The time has come. The stars have aligned.

SHOTS Franchise officially takes off – 2018.

– OZ

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