Nothing quite beats adding a sub shop to a community. With fresh bread, meat, and other toppings, you can't go wrong opening a fast casual sub business. The Broadway Subs franchise was established to give communities a great hot or cold sub. The sub business was founded in 2005 by John Tulowiecki, who had the idea of making subs with quality deli meats, cheeses and fresh toppings piled high on the customer's choice of fresh baked bread. Originally from New York, he moved to Miami, Fla., and conceived the idea to start a sub business since there weren't any around the city. Franchise owners benefit from location flexibility. The typical location has the flexibility of a three mile radius or 40,000 population and is an easy-to-run operation built on simplicity and efficiency. Franchisees also benefit from start-up costs that are lower than most restaurants and are also great contributors to the community since they buy vegetables and more locally. As a franchisee, you benefit from an exclusive territory, which decreases your competition. You'll be the only Broadway Subs representative in your territory.
You'll also receive great support and training. In terms of support and training, you can expect an initial training program that is broken down into classroom and on-the-job instruction. You will learn everything you need to know about running the franchise. This includes the brand's culture, sales, marketing and advertising, and proper food prep. This support and training is ongoing. Franchise owners can expect an initial investment that ranges between $69,660 - $121,900, and an
initial franchise fee that's $24,900.