Makeda's Homemade Butter Cookies Announces Cross Country Franchise Launch
Pamela and Maurice Hill

The Tennessee-based cookie connoisseur will be pushing its sweet selection across the nation through new franchise partnerships over the next year.

Makeda's Homemade Butter Cookies Announces Cross Country Franchise LaunchMemphis, TN  (RestaurantNews.comMakeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies, a Tennessee-based cookie shop that touts the slogan “the best butter cookies in the world”, has just shared a new franchise opportunity that is available nationwide. The brand is focused on bringing in new franchise partners starting in the Southeast.

Makeda’s is offering franchise partners a business built upon simplified operations from the start. Franchisees benefit from a range of time-tested, secret cookie recipes with crowd favorites such as Lemon Goodness, Oatmeal, Macadamia Nut, Tea Cake, and, of course, its signature Butter Cookie. Comprehensive training is included for all franchise partners and includes time at both a Makeda’s corporate location and hands-on training at the new franchise unit. A strong support model is the number one priority, says Pamela Hill, Makeda’s co-founder.

“We’re giving our franchisees all the support they need. We really want them to succeed and we’ll go above and beyond to try to make that happen,” said Hill. “We want them to make money in their territory. They can call us anytime, even after the training. We’ll be available to answer questions even after the initial training program and stand behind them 100%.”

The brand has worked hard to differentiate itself since its 1997 launch, continually adding new crowd pleasing cookies to its menu, pies and puddings, and a second location.

“We’ve been in business for 23 years, creating favorable memories for families for generations,” said Hill. “People remember us from when we first launched back in Memphis, because our cookies melt in your mouth and are truly that memorable.”

All cookies are created with 100% real butter and top brand, high-quality ingredients. Makeda’s also connects its franchise partners with the equipment needed to manufacture cookies on site.

“A lot of love goes into our cookies. They are the best cookies in the world. Once people taste our cookies, they always come back,” said Hill.

To learn more about the Makeda’s Cookies franchise opportunity, visit their website at

Makeda's Homemade Butter Cookies Announces Cross Country Franchise Launch

About Makeda’s Cookies

Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies was founded in honor of dear Makeda Denise Hill, who lost her battle with Leukemia in 1997, and to give families across Tennessee a warm atmosphere to share cookies together. To find out more about Makeda’s, visit their website at For franchising information, stop by

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