ATLANTA Huddle House Inc. has lowered its franchise fees and cut royalty rates to encourage potential and existing franchisees to develop more restaurants for the 400-unit family-dining chain. The franchise fee for new developments signed in 2010 has been reduced to $5,000, and no sales royalties will be charged for the first five months of operation, Huddle House said this week. It was unclear at press time how much the original franchise fee had totaled. Thomas Flaherty, the chain’s new ...

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