National Waffle Day Is Coming to a City Near You…

more-questiosWaffle lovers everywhere have reason to celebrate as National Waffle Day approaches. The celebration will take place on Monday, August 24, 2015, with waffles of every kind imaginable being served in restaurants and homes around the nation. Bruges Waffles & Frites restaurant franchise will be among those celebrating their love of waffles as they continue their search for the first franchise owner. The search comes with a bounty, and the person who refers the first qualified franchisee in their state will earn a free trip for two to Belgium.

“We are so excited to offer our restaurant franchise opportunity that giving away a trip to Bruges, is the least we can do for helping us find the successful candidate,” said Philippe Wyffels, co-founder of Bruges Waffles & Frites and Belgian native. “We are looking for someone who will share in our values and our commitment to helping customers to enjoy a true European dining experience.”

“If you know a waffle lover that wouldn’t want to miss an opportunity to own one of the hottest new restaurant franchises available, visit to enter their contact information,” said Gerry Carpenter, Director of Franchising. “If the person you refer goes on to sign as a franchisee, Bruges will give you a trip for two to Belgium to experience world-famous sites and taste delicious cuisine in the place where it all started.”

The Bruges Waffles & Frites concept was born in 2002 when Belgian _DSC2026natives Philippe Wyffels and Pierre Vandamme met and began recreating the famous Liège waffles they remembered from their childhoods. Once they had perfected their recipe, they shared the creation with the farmers market in Salt Lake City, and the waffle movement began. Now, the company has four Utah restaurant locations. The company is searching for franchisees in select communities in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, and Oregon. For more information on joining the Bruges franchising family, visit

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