Industry News | March 29, 2012

Novita Fuels Franchise Training Programs at Togo’s

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Togo's Inc. is pleased to announce that it has hired Novita Training to develop and implement franchise training programs for Togo's managers and restaurant employees. Novita's franchise training programs will be implemented in all existing and future Togo's restaurants.

"For Togo's to remain competitive in the marketplace as one of the best sandwich franchise opportunities, we need a results-focused training program that will successfully support the needs of our restaurant operations,” says Tony Gioia, chairman and CEO of Togo's Holdings, LLC.

“Our franchisees share a passion for creating an exceptional experience for all West Coast sandwich lovers and through this new relationship with Novita we will better serve our loyal customers.”

Novita Training offers customized online and in-person coaching sessions for new franchisees and employees. Programs are designed to help develop robust, interactive, and instructionally sound solutions, while staying ahead of the technology curve.

"We are excited to work with Togo's sandwich franchising and feel confident we can deliver a superior and results-driven program," said Robert Bilotti, managing director of Novita Training. "Togo's has a devoted customer base and passionate franchisees, and our customized training programs are designed to capitalize on that relationship."

Along with new training initiatives, Togo's recently launched a strategic plan for expansion, which includes remodeling options for franchisees to refresh existing units, while continuing to open new locations in key states including, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.

With nearly 250 restaurants located in the Western U.S., Togo's is actively recruiting passionate franchisees to bring its high-quality, fresh sandwiches to new western markets and grow the brand to 400 restaurants by 2015.

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