The goal of the new movement is to empower more business owners and entrepreneurs to fulfill their dream of owning a sandwich shop. Big Town Hero was established in 1982, and in the years since has developed a proven framework for success.
More information can be found at: http://bigtownhero.com
The new announcement comes as industry research shows that the sandwich market is projected to grow by $11.5 billion between 2020 and 2024. Interested parties are encouraged to get in touch to discuss joining the program.
Entrepreneurs joining the movement can enjoy the freedom and flexibility of managing their own business while accessing support and guidance from a large network.
Big Town Hero specializes in hot subs, paninis, and custom sandwich creations including classics such as the Prime Club and the Turkey Bacon Avocado option. Vegetarian meals are available, alongside sides and drinks.
There are several benefits for business owners seeking to join the brand. The name Big Town Hero provides instant recognition, offering a distinct advantage over creating a sandwich restaurant from scratch. Because it’s a ready-to-go business opportunity, owners can also get their premises up and running more quickly.
To get started, interested parties can fill in the form provided on the above-mentioned website. From there, a member of the team will connect with them to take the process further.
Big Town Hero is known for providing tasty sandwiches created using homemade bread. Their signature option is the “hero” sandwich, the name originally given to submarine sandwiches.
The team provides catering services, including large-scale meals that can be divided up to be enjoyed by groups. The menu is well suited to work conferences, buffets, and private functions.
A recent member of the franchise program states: “Big Town Hero makes their bread from scratch each and every day. No one in our industry does that. You can tell the difference. We also make four flavors in assorted sizes. I have been an owner for over eight years. We have guests in daily that go crazy over our bread.”
Interested parties can learn more at: http://bigtownhero.com
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Emma was born in Tuskegee Albama and educated at Kent state University. She has written across the National News. She worked as a manager for the global marketing department and recently she is working on Weekly Optimist.
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