Q&A: All your questions (and then some) answered by some of Fajita Pete’s awesome franchisees
Seasoned entrepreneur David Howell shares why the Fajita Pete’s concept is uniquely poised for success.
“The decision made itself for us: we’ve gotta do this. Not doing it was not an option.”
Fajita Pete’s – Greater North Dallas franchisee, franchisee at Shipley’s Do-Nuts, Zaxby’s and former CFO at Hat Creek Burger Company
Follow Justin’s journey from nonprofits to fajitas.
“Becoming a part of Fajita Pete’s from A to Z as an interested owner/operator is super simple—and you get to eat fajitas every step of the way. It was one of the easiest things I’ve ever done.”
Entrepreneur and Fajita Pete’s – Denver franchisee
What started as a family dinner turned into the Nelson family’s plan for the future.
“The fajitas sold me first. I didn’t know at the time, but of course now I know that everything is truly, freshly made—from the tortillas to all of the sides.”
Supply chain management professional and Fajita Pete’s – Spring franchisee
Scott and his wife Heather had years of success in the retail corporate world. Here’s how they took the streamlined Fajita Pete’s concept to Kansas City.
“I knew it was good when I tasted it, but I never expected the reactions I would get. I have literally had people weeping in my store and calling their friends because they were so excited that we were open in their neighborhood.”
Former Director at Sprint and Fajita Pete’s – Kansas City franchisee