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Sandwich chain Togo's to open 25 outlets in Arizona

RBR Staff Writer Published 03 May 2013

US-based sandwich chain Togo's is planning to expand its presence in Arizona in 2013 with the opening of 25 new outlets across the region.

The proposed outlets will be opened in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Flagstaff, Tempe, Tucson, among other metropolitan areas across the state.

Togo's chairman and CEO Tony Gioia said the chain is seeking qualified franchise partners to drive the expansion.

"We bring a fantastic business opportunity as well as plenty of local jobs in real estate, construction and service industries. Our growth is great for Togo's and for Arizona," Gioia added.

Under the plan, local residents and Togo's franchisees, Monty and Diana Coury are planning to open their second Togo's outlet in Maricopa County this fall with a third location in early next year.

Founded in 1971, Togo's is a franchise-based business with nearly 250 outlets along the West Coast.