Industry News | July 12, 2012

Togo’s Debuts Restaurant in Tracy, California

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Togo’s Eateries, Inc. announced today the opening of its newest location in Tracy, California, at 1867 W. 11th St. The restaurant is owned by local resident Byron Bogaard, an existing Togo’s franchisee who also operates a Togo’s sandwich franchise in Stockton, California.

The community is invited to attend the grand opening event, which will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 25, with music, prizes, and local high school cheerleading performance. 

“I’m so excited for my second Togo’s opening and confident our guests in Tracy will love our seriously stacked sandwiches as much as I do,” Bogaard says. “Togo’s fresh, superior-quality products, along with the company’s philosophy of giving back to the communities it serves, are what make me proud to continue to partner with the brand.”

The new 1230 square foot sandwich franchise opened its doors July 11 with Togo’s new store prototype, which highlights the deli-inspired, one-on-one style service Togo’s guests receive, and showcases new design features, including reach-in glass refrigerators, see-through counters, and vibrant new décor.

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