Coyote Ugly

The brand expansion

The most famous bar on the planet is now one of the best franchise opportunities on the planet!

With a support and training system created from more than 20 years of experience and managing more than 20 Saloons world-wide, Coyote Ugly is excited to be able to offer this franchise programme to partners around the world. We offer an international franchise programme for selected franchise candidates in non-US territories full of fun, support, high profits, and recognition of one of the world’s best-known brands, led by owner, founder, and Original Coyote, Lil Lovell, Coyote Ugly has a well oiled machine for a system and is excited to translate that to one of the strongest systems in franchising.

22 years after its conception in New York City, the Coyote Ugly brand has never been stronger. The concept has a unique offering, able to provide systems and methods of running the world-famous brand, but also the flexibility to adapt to local cultures and traditions. The robust training and operations system includes full training of owners, managers, and staff, assistance with site selection and procurement, store design, brand and marketing guidance, and unrivaled ongoing support.

The investment

Single and multi-unit franchise partnerships are available throughout the UK, Ireland and globally. Single sites carry a Franchise Owner Fee of £39,500, while multi-store investors can expect to pay a fee of £79,000 for the rights to open up to three units. Coyote Ugly is looking for people who embrace the culture of the Coyote Ugly Saloon and share their vision of offering the Coyote Experience to the market.

Training and Support

The training and support programmes begin as soon as you become the newest member of our global franchise family. We begin by helping you develop the plan for your Saloon; helping you build your marketing plan, and assisting you with guidance to find the perfect location. Coyote Ugly Saloons are typically found in large cities with a combination of heavy tourism and local patronage, as well as small tourist destinations.