Capriotti’s announces franchise expansion in West Chester, NYC and other areas

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Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop announced atotal of 31 new franchise development agreements signed in the first quarter of 2019.

The franchise, based in Las Vegas and founded in Wilmington,currently has 100 operating locations mainly focused on the east and west coasts.

The largest clusters of stores are in Delaware and Las Vegas. The agreements included the West Chester, PA area north of the Delaware line. Capriotti’s has not made major inroads in the Philadelphia suburbs.

Capriotti’sis most famous for its 40-year nightly tradition of slow-roasting whole turkeys in-house and hand-shredding them each morning for use in a variety of subs. This includes The Bobbie made with homemade turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing and mayo on a soft roll.

Areas with franchise development agreements:

  • Three units in Columbus, Ohio
  • Three units in New York City
  • Three units in Northwest Indiana
  • Three units in Allentown and three units in West Chester, PA.
  • A total of 16 units split between Spokane, WA, Idaho Falls and Twin Falls, Idaho and Phoenix

“In 2018, we focused our efforts on improving our restaurants with updated interiors, innovative technology and convenience factors, and rewarding our customers for their continued loyalty,” said Ashley Morris, CEO of Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop. “With these new improvements in place, it’s exciting to watch our strategy fall into place and be reflected by impressive growth numbers such as these. Capriotti’s has created exceptional infrastructure and training programs, and we’re excited to start bringing these 31 new locations to life.”

Capriotti’s opened two new restaurants in the first quarter of this year and plans to open four in The second quarter. The sandwich shop also has over 100 restaurants in the pipeline for development, and is targeting areas nationwide for additional growth.

For more information about the Capriotti’s franchises visit http://www.ownacapriottis.com.

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