Finding a Sweet Path – Becoming a Cinnabon Franchisee

For over 25 years, people from all over the world have been enjoying the deliciously sweet treats of Cinnabon. It has been almost as long that Cinnabon has been partnering with entrepreneurs to build up their network of franchises across the world. Today there are over 1,100 bakeries that serve the delicious cinnamon rolls in over 55 countries.

Anthony Musilli

Anthony Musilli

Becoming a Cinnabon franchisee is not a simple task. There are plenty of steps that have to be taken, but anyone that is willing to put in the hard work and dedication can ultimately find the sweet path to owning a successful Cinnabon franchise location. The beautiful part of purchasing a Cinnabon franchise is the support that the corporate office provides for all their franchise locations. They stand behind their franchise partners and are just as interested in the success of the franchise as the franchisees are. Once a location is up and running; the corporate office continues to offer support to its franchisees around the world.

Individuals that have had experience in the food service industry would find owning a Cinnabon franchise location a fulfilling opportunity. Not only would they be able to use their previous knowledge and skills to manage the daily tasks, they’d also find it easier to achieve success. Just ask Anthony Musilli. In 2011, Anthony Musilli opened the first Cinnabon franchise in Western New York and couldn’t be happier with the success he’s experienced. The corporate office helped him choose the great location in the Niagara Falls Fashion Mall Outlets, which has kept him busier than he could have ever imagined.

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