Lenny’s Subs Focuses on Aggressive Growth, Eyes Nashville for Continued Expansion

Lenny's Subs Focuses on Aggressive Growth, Eyes Nashville for Continued Expansion

Veteran Sub Franchise Aiming to Expand Presence Across its Home State

Lenny's Subs Focuses on Aggressive Growth, Eyes Nashville for Continued ExpansionLenny’s Subs, a veteran sandwich franchise based in Memphis, Tenn., is planning ambitious development across its home state of Tennessee to further spread the Lenny’s Subs experience across the South. The brand is gearing up for significant growth in the next few years, planning to open five new locations in 2015, 18 in 2016 and 25 in 2017.

“We want to own the state of Tennessee, and there is plenty of room for growth in Nashville,” said Bob Ritter, vice president of franchise and market development for Lenny’s Subs. “It’s a growing area, and the potential for new unit growth is outstanding.”

Lenny’s Subs currently has nearly 40 locations throughout Tennessee, three of which are located in the Nashville market.

“We’re looking to add an additional 20 locations across Tennessee over the next five years,” Ritter added. “It is important for us to focus our development efforts in Nashville, Memphis and Knoxville while also expanding to smaller markets in the state.”

President and COO Jason Vaughn is excited about the expansion plans and to unveil a new design for the next generation of Lenny’s shops, featuring a new color palette and modern details like corrugated metal finishes, faux wood floors, as well as a new menu board.

“We have created an environment that extends beyond lunch, and our new look really elevates our brand, taking us to the next level,” he said. “The updated interior will not only resonate more with our consumer, but will also attract franchise candidates looking for a great business opportunity.”

For potential franchisees looking for a lucrative investment opportunity, the Lenny’s Subs franchise ranges from $141,000 to $366,000, depending on the real estate chosen for the shop. Additionally, franchisees that qualify to obtain the right to operate additional Lenny’s Subs may open subsequent stores based on a reduced franchise fee. Average sales for the 2014 calendar year of the brand’s top 50 percent of reporting franchised shops open before Jan. 1, 2013 were $729,895.94.

Since the beginning, Lenny’s has been committed to quality. This attention to detail goes into every restaurant and sub sandwich. It’s also helped Lenny’s become one of the fastest-growing sub sandwich chains in the country. Today, Lenny’s Subs continues to expand throughout the United States by offering multi-restaurant franchise opportunities while selling the best-tasting all-American subs available. From a variety of breads baked fresh daily to premium meats and veggies sliced to order, Lenny’s customers keep coming back for more. For franchise information, visit http://www.lennysfranchise.com.