in Baytown, Texas
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Most savvy people who explore a baked goods franchise wisely investigate a community’s local economy, knowing that a robust and diverse resident base and business climate portend opportunities.
When you won’t settle for anything less than America’s pretzel maker franchise, Pretzelmaker, you know that two other characteristics can’t hurt, either: a warm climate and young people, which serve as the proverbial icing on the cake – or in this case, a side of creamy cheese sauce to complement a soft and chewy salted pretzel. Consider why Baytown will whet your palate as an ideal location for a baked goods franchise.
Located about 30 miles east of Houston, Baytown is located in the Gulf Coast portion of Texas and is part of the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown metropolitan area. Bordered on the south and west by Galveston Bay and on the east by Cedar Bayou, Baytown was originally three separate towns – Goose Creek (which dated back to before 1850), oil boom towns Pelly (established in the late 1910s) and East Baytown (founded in the early 1920s) – when it was incorporated in 1948.
Once home to the Karankawa Indians, today Baytown has a population of about 74,000 and is predominately urban in nature. It is split nearly right down the middle between males and females, with a median age of 35. The median household income is about $43,000.
It doesn’t get as warm as you might think in Baytown, where people prefer to savor a warm pretzel. Even in July, average temperatures range from a comfortable 76 to 92 degrees. And in January, average temperatures hover in the 50s. Call it “pretzel weather” year-round.
Baytown’s climate makes it conducive to a wide range of outdoor activities, including biking, canoeing, sailing and fresh- and salt-water fishing. The beaches at Galveston Island are popular with residents and tourists while golf enthusiasts enjoy Evergreen Point Golf Course.
Tourists flock to Baytown to see other standout attractions, too, including:
Baytown is regarded as a prosperous industrial city, with oil refining, chemicals, plastics and rubber dominating the major industries. Its major employers include:
From any vantage point, and especially from the scenic and spectacular Fred Hartman Bridge, Baytown could be the town for you – right behind the counter at a Pretzelmaker franchise. Ready to learn more about how you can open a franchise in Baytown? Contact us at Pretzelmaker today!Learn More
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