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The Growth 40

The best large, medium, and small markets for your unit expansion.

Large US cities like Miami offer fast food operators promising growth potential.
Miami has recovered from the Great Recession and now offers quick-serve operators plenty of growth potential. istockphoto.com / wsfurlan

If this year’s Growth 40 report is any indication, plenty of quick-service brands will soon be following in the footsteps of basketball superstar LeBron James and taking their talents to South Beach.

Miami tops QSR’s fourth annual Growth 40 report, claiming the first spot among the nation’s largest markets, while Austin, Texas, and Palm Springs, California, earn top honors among medium and small markets, respectively.

Togo’s Reopens Carlsbad Unit

Togo’s Eateries Inc. announced its former restaurant of 25 years has been relocated within the same Paseo Plaza Real shopping center at 6971 El Camino Real in Carlsbad, California.

“We have enjoyed serving Togo’s big, fresh, meaty sandwiches to residents of the Carlsbad area for the past 25 years,” says Togo’s franchisee Kelvin McQueen. “We’ve already received fantastic feedback from the community and plan to continue to provide excellent service along with our variety of fresh and delicious menu items.”

Togo’s Celebrates Opening in Dinuba, California

Togo’s Eateries Inc. celebrated the grand opening of its first restaurant in Dinuba, California, located at 517 W. El Monte Way. Togo’s has more than 300 restaurants open and in development throughout the West.

“Togo’s has experienced great success in expanding its footprint across its home state of California, and I am proud to say that I am now the owner of its first restaurant in Dinuba,” says Togo’s franchisee Sukhwinder Singh. “We look forward to serving Togo’s big, fresh, made-to-order sandwiches to local residents and becoming a part of the community.”

Time for a Change

Quick-service CEOs love seeing their company climb to the top of the industry heap. But some leaders also like a good challenge and choose to walk away from successful brands for a new opportunity.

Making the switch can affect both companies involved, as well as the executive’s financial security. But some leaders have figured out a way to make sure all parties involved benefit from such changes.

Togo's Celebrates AZ Unit Opening with Charitable Giving

Togo’s Eateries Inc. is celebrating the grand opening of its first restaurant in Tempe, Arizona, located at 9920 S Rural Road, Suite 111. The new restaurant is owned by current Togo’s franchisees Monty and Diana Coury, who opened the first Togo’s restaurant in Gilbert, Arizona, last year. To celebrate Togo’s arrival in Tempe, guests are invited to make a $1 donation to Matthew’s Crossing, a nonprofit organization that provides food assistance to those in need throughout the East Valley in Maricopa County to receive a free 32 oz. fountain drink through Monday, December 9.

Togo's Celebrates New Store Opening with Charity Fundraiser

Togo’s Eateries Inc., a “West Coast Original” since 1971, is celebrating the grand opening of its first restaurant in Tempe, Arizona located at 9920 S Rural Road, Suite 111. The new restaurant is owned by current Togo’s franchisees, Monty and Diana Coury, who opened the first Togo’s restaurant in Gilbert, Arizona, last year.

Togo’s Signs Deal for California Expansion

Togo’s Eateries Inc. announced it signed development agreements with several new and existing franchisees to expand in markets across California, including in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Jose, Santa Cruz, Riverbank, El Centro, and Petaluma. This new development is part of the sandwich chain’s plan to grow its footprint in new markets in California and throughout the west.

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