The New Miami Subs Grill has announced a new multi-unit development agreement to expand its operations to South America. The deal includes opening four new restaurants in the Georgetown region of Guyana.
According to the agreement between Teneze Food & Beverages, Inc. and Miami Subs Grill, the first new restaurant is scheduled to open by September of this year with three additional restaurants scheduled to open soon thereafter.
The company’s recent growth and renovation initiatives in the United States have acted as a catalyst to expand internationally. As a result, the company has seen an increase in interest from several countries in Latin and South America including Honduras and Brazil.
“We are very pleased and excited to expand our restaurants outside of the U.S. and into South America,” said Robert Haar, director of franchise development, Miami Subs Grill. “We are eager to introduce our brand and menu to a new audience and to a new group of prospective business partners.”
Teneze Food and Beverages, Inc CEO Aldron Alphonso will open the first Miami Subs Grill restaurant located on Lahama and Albert Streets near the downtown business district. Mr. Alphonso is very excited to join the Miami Subs Grill franchise family and is looking forward to the success and potential growth of the partnership in Guyana and other parts of the Caribbean. His decision to partner with Miami Subs Grill was based on the chain’s high quality menu variety, tropical look and feel, excellent training program and committed growth plans.
“For Miami Subs Grill, this is a great opportunity to leverage our brand and franchise program internationally. Guyana and Latin America provide an excellent way for us to bring our extensive menu, new concepts and great service to customers outside of the U.S,” said Frank Baran, vice president, Miami Subs Grill.
For more information on Miami Subs Grill, a full list of locations and menu, please visit www.miamisubs.com.
About Miami Subs
Miami Subs Grill, a South Florida company, has been serving great food for over 20 years with the first true Miami Subs restaurant opening in 1988. The franchise chain has grown to become Florida’s largest regional sub and grill chain featuring world famous Philly cheesesteaks, wings, gyros, burgers and delivery, beer, wine and breakfast in select locations. Miami Subs currently has locations in Florida, North and South Carolina. For franchising and other information, visit www.miamisubs.com or follow @MiamiSubs on Twitter and Facebook.
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