Aslam Khan is the largest franchisee in the Churchs Chicken system, known as the "turn around artist". He purchased a franchise of 100 restaurants at the edge of bankruptcy. Under his leadership, Falcon Holdings has made many significant improvements in human resources, financial status, and growth of the company. After running this operation successfully for several years, he has since acquired more than 75 Churchs Chicken restaurants in Atlanta, Mobile, Pensacola and Dallas Fort Worth areas and made them into profit generating entities, with his style of management, keeping the same personnel and promoting from within. Falcon Holdings Management, LLC is also providing management services to several restaurants owners from Store Operations to Payroll and Accounting Aslam’s passion, focus, and energy have propelled Falcon Holdings to become a leader in the franchise community. Moreover, Falcon Holdings has made a 180-degree turnaround under his leadership. Selecting key personnel has always been Aslam’s niche for producing unparalleled results for the company. His exceptional track record of building business and effective teams comes from his rooted philosophy of “People First”
Khan is CEO of Falcon Holdings, which operates more than 140 Church’s Chicken locations and is a multiunit operator of Long John Silver’s and A&W franchised restaurants. In 2011, Khan was bestowed the Ronald E. Harrison award by the IFA for his commitment to diversity in his operations.
Khan was named Entrepreneur of the Year by the IFA in October 2014 and accepted the award at a formal presentation during the 55th Annual Convention on February 18, 2015. The International Franchise Association is the oldest and largest organization representing franchising worldwide.