Wayback Burgers extends Canadian franchisee’s territory

Wayback Burgers has expanded its master franchise agreement with Rick De Dominicis, who owns five locations in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, to include Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick.

“We are excited to further expand our partnership and footprint with Wayback Burgers in the Atlantic Canada region,” De Dominicis said in a company press release. “The keys to our success from day one have been providing excellent guest service and superior burgers, fries and shakes. We look forward to continuing that momentum and the best burgers in North America to Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick.”

Through Wayback’s master franchise program, an individual is awarded master franchise rights for a country, ultimately stepping into the franchisor’s development role for a specific territory.

“Rick De Dominicis and his team are tremendous partners and franchise operators, so expanding our relationship is a natural move,” William Chemero, CDO of Wayback Burgers, said in the release. “His partnership is an excellent example of success resulting from participation in the Wayback Burgers Master Franchise Program, which provides guidance and support to ensure a mutually successful relationship for the brand and its franchisees. We are happy to have Rick help introduce our delicious menu items to foodies in the Atlantic Canada region.”

Wayback Burgers operates in 34 states with over 166 locations nationally and internationally.