The Jersey Mike’s Subs franchise has a strong appetite for expansion in the new year.
A number of Jersey Mike’s Subs locations have recently opened, or are slated to in the near future throughout 2020. This growth comes on the heels of the popular food franchise’s strong growth throughout 2019 and in prior years.
In New Jersey, a number of locations are planned to open soon, including in Paramus, Wyckoff, Barnegat, Little Ferry, Montclair, Belmar, Sicklerville, Piscataway, Lawrenceville, Montgomery, and Lincroft. These openings will come in the wake of the franchise’s newest Garden State locations in Sparta, opened recently on November 6, 2019, and in Chester, opened on October 30, 2019.
In neighboring Pennsylvania, a number of Jersey Mike’s Subs locations have also opened as of late, popping up in both Swarta Township and Doylestown just in January!
The Jersey Mike’s Subs franchise is growing well beyond the East Coast, however. In fact, the brand has been especially hungry for a slice of the Midwestern market recently. A new location opened on the east side of Des Moines, Iowa on January 22, already the food franchise’s third location in the metropolitan area. In addition, another location opened in South Bend, Indiana on January 15, the city’s first.
The brand has also made strides in the Centennial State, opening a new location in Federal Heights, Colorado, also on January 15.
Jersey Mike’s Subs also has a craving for the Southern U.S. market. The quick service restaurant recently opened a new location in Pensacola, Florida, it’s fourth in the city, while another location also opened in Dothan, Alabama on January 15. These openings were preceded by another new location for the popular chain in the Wolf Crossing development in Georgetown, Texas on December 30, 2019.
About Jersey Mike’s Subs
The Jersey Mike’s Subs franchise was founded in Point Pleasant, New Jersey in 1956 by Peter Cancro.
Serving primarily sandwiches and snacks, the restaurant chain started franchising in 1987 and today boasts roughly 2,000 locations and counting, being named the United States’ fastest-growing sandwich chain in the 2019 Nation’s Restaurant News Top 200.
By Steve Longo and Jim Notaris