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Meet Ed Zausch

The Zausch family are the first regional developers to bring the Daddy’s Chicken Shack brand to the East Coast.

As a Florida businessman, Ed Zausch brings extensive industry experience through his infrastructure management business. His wife, Gayla, grew up with family members owning and operating various restaurants in her hometown. With their combined skillsets, Ed and Gayla sought out a new business venture that spoke to both their talents, and Daddy’s Chicken Shack was just that. The Zausch’s will oversee development of all 20 locations in Orlando and outward toward Daytona Beach.

“I’m honored that Pace and Chris have taken their passion project and turned it into something that my family can also be a part of. We’re thrilled to be joining them at this stage of expansion, and are honored to be the developers growing the brand throughout Florida, helping facilitate nationwide growth” – Ed Zausch

The Daddy’s Opportunity

Consider a franchise business with one of America’s most innovative Fast Casual brands. Daddy’s Chicken Shack™ has established a culture that is contagious and offers that magical mix of innovation, unique taste, and “warm-hug” service. Our passionate franchise development team is with you through the entire journey from initial exploration through grand opening to ensure that you are the new success story in your local community. With a cutting-edge design, strong business model, and wide open markets – Daddy’s is poised for rapid expansion.

  • Site Selection & Territory
  • Allocation Guidance
  • Daddy’s Training Academy
  • Grand Opening Support
  • Technology & Financial Guidance

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