investment biker club: investing in hollywood's roadhouse

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Believe it or not, Americans spend more money eating out than on groceries each year! Both categories have grown over the last ten years, but sales at restaurants and other eating and drinking locations have grown much faster. The trend as pointed out in Quartz Media’s article No One Cooks Anymore reflects the growing number of women in the out-of-home workforce. 

So, with growing dollar allocation to restaurants, is it a good time to enter the restaurant business? We have all heard that the rate of business failure is led by the restaurant category. The icing on the cake is that “most fail in the first year”. This is a fallacy! Forbes reported that 17% of restaurants close in the first year where other service providing businesses have a 19% fail rate in year one. 


It’s an exciting time to be a small business owner and an even more exciting time to be a small business owner in the restaurant industry! We thrive as a restaurant because our customers love to hear our story. That story revolves around our community and without that strong support base we wouldn’t be where we are today. 

With that commitment to community, we’re incredibly excited to be able to raise funds for the next phase of our growth through our crowdfunding campaign. Enabling anyone interested to invest in our company, not just the wealthiest investors, is incredibly gratifying and truly encapsulates our company culture. 

We are committed to delivering the highest quality food and drinks that we can and serving it fresh for our customers to enjoy. Quality is what has enabled our industry to experience rapid growth and we’re confident that our commitment to quality will enable us to sustain our growth into the future. I’m very excited for the opportunity to involve you in our business and look forward to growing our community together. 


Sharon "Hollywood" Neuhofer
Founder & Managing Member
Hollywood's Roadhouse 

Investment Biker Testimonial

"We invested in Hollywood's Roadhouse because Sharon has a long history of community organizing and building grassroots movements. In the last 10 years as owner, Sharon has translated those skills into a successful business, and she is not afraid to ask for help and seek professional guidance. "

"Before she opened Hollywood's Roadhouse, Sharon worked at  Potawatomi Hotel & Casino as a Food & Beverage Manager overseeing  services for 60,000 square feet of meeting space. Sharon has spent 37 years in the hospitality industry."

Mike Underhill


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