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Your Opportunity to be the Roast Chicken Champions of the South Coast

About the Opportunity

Red Rooster - Australia’s Roast Chicken Champions - will be opening a new restaurant in Bomaderry and is looking for a business minded local to become its next Franchisee.

The new Drive Thru restaurant will be modern and sleek with a diverse menu that celebrates all things roast chicken. Offering customers the option to drive thru, dine in or takeaway, Red Rooster Bomaderry will also have a delivery service for the local area of over 10,000 homes.

Why Buy a Red Rooster?
We’re an iconic Australian owned and operated business with 45 years’ experience as Roast Chicken Champions. Our comprehensive training programs and support network of experts in franchising, IT, digital, operations, marketing and product development are available to assist franchisees succeed.

With one of Australia's most recognised brand identities and a well-established franchise support network, Red Rooster offers exciting business opportunities for the right candidates. If you are a committed go-getter with bags of energy and a flair for business, you could join the numerous Red Rooster Franchisees who have already built their own business through our network.

Interested in knowing more? Contact us now.

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In 1972, a very wise man opened an awesome chicken shop called Red Rooster in WA, serving the tastiest, most tender delicious seasoned roast chicken.
Now, still 100% Aussie owned and operated, Red Rooster celebrates almost five decades as Australia’s favourite and most iconic national roast chicken restaurant.
In 2019 the tasty tradition continues as Red Rooster takes its much loved roast chicken to even more generations of Aussies, as leaders in roast chicken delivery.

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