Quiznos Franchise Business Model Makes it Easy to Own Multiple Locations
Franchise-centric culture and low costs make Quiznos one of the most affordable sandwich franchise options in the nation
The improvements Quiznos leadership has made to its structure and fees have made it easier for franchise owners like Adam Sinnard to own multiple locations. Today, Sinnard is one of our most enthusiastic brand ambassadors, having recently opened his sixth Quiznos sandwich franchise in the Denver area.
“It’s more than met our expectations,” Sinnard says. “Our sales have been going up. We’re very happy and we’re continually looking for more opportunities within the brand.”
Our New Deal strategy has made it less costly to invest in a Quiznos, reducing our franchise fee to $10,000. Our leadership team also has made it more affordable to keep operational costs down and profitability levels up once your restaurant location is open by reducing ongoing royalty and ad fees.
Quiznos’ leadership invests in franchisee success
Quiznos’ proven systems have helped hundreds of entrepreneurs like Sinnard realize their dreams of small-business ownership. Many of our owners launch their Quiznos without any prior restaurant industry experience thanks to an intensive initial training and ongoing education platform that allows them to get established quickly.
In addition to investing in the training and tools owners need for a strong opening, our franchisee-centric executive team focuses on what owners need over the long term. The New Deal provides our franchisees with more money to invest in their own businesses and grow sales through local marketing efforts and community networking.
“Our New Deal is an industry-leading decision to reinvest in the long-term success of our franchisees,” says Patrick Hilton, Executive Vice President Operations North America with Quiznos. “We’re not interested in collecting fees from our franchisees, we’re interested in building a relationship and providing mentoring, training and education to empower our franchisees to become successful. We’re not focusing on hyper-growth, we’re focusing on growing smart. We’re focusing on finding the entrepreneurs who are passionate about our brand and a drive to succeed to open Quiznos in their communities.”