Togo's Kicks Off Latest Eugene Opening With Fundraiser For Local Schools
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SOURCE Togo's Eateries, Inc.
- "West Coast Original" Serves Up Free Sandwiches to 50 Lucky Guests on Opening Day -
EUGENE, Ore., March 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Togo's Eateries, Inc., a "West Coast Original" since 1971, announced today the opening of its latest Eugene restaurant located next to Fred Meyer at 3215 West 11th Street. The new restaurant is owned by local resident and current Togo's franchisee, John Anderson, who operates another Togo's restaurant located at 954 Pearl Street.
To celebrate Togo's latest opening, 50 free, 6-inch sandwiches will be awarded to Togo's raving fans when the 11th Street restaurant opens for business on Mar. 4. Additionally, the local community is invited to attend the official Grand Opening celebration from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. celebrations at Anderson's two Eugene restaurants on Saturday, Mar. 16, in which Togo's will donate 80 percent of the day's sales to eight local high schools in the Eugene area.
"I am very thankful to our loyal customers for making Togo's a welcome addition to the community, and am thrilled to be opening our second restaurant," said John Anderson, Togo's franchisee. "As a Eugene native, I am proud to be part of such a dynamic brand that gives back. I hope that local residents will come out to support this great cause for our schools and enjoy our seriously-stacked sandwiches."
Anderson opened the Pearl Street restaurant in January, and has plans to open two more Togo's in Eugene over the next several years.
At Togo's, there is a relentless commitment to using only the freshest, superior-quality ingredients and meats. Fresh baked Artisan bread, abundant quantities of lean pastrami, roast beef, turkey and other premium meats as well as California avocados are part of Togo's exceptional menu, and set the brand apart from other sandwich shops.
The new location is now serving guests daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. for more information on the new Eugene Togo's, call (541) 868-2892 or visit http://www.togos.com. Follow Togo's on Twitter and on Facebook, and for all latest Togo's news, coupons and special offers delivered straight to your inbox, join the Togo's Sandwich Club.
Recently, Togo's marked its 40th anniversary with more than 250 locations open on the west coast of the United States. Even with this latest opening, Togo's is still seeking to reach 400 new locations in California and other key markets such as Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington by 2015.
With 10 consecutive quarters of positive same-store-sales increases, Togo's is one of the best franchise opportunities in the sandwich category. To fuel future growth, Togo's is actively recruiting passionate franchisees to bring its high-quality, fresh sandwiches to new western markets. Interested entrepreneurs can visit http://www.togosfranchise.com to learn more about single unit and multi-unit development opportunities with one of the best franchise opportunities in the sandwich category.
About Togo's Eateries Inc. Togo's was founded in 1971 by a young college student with a large appetite and little money looking to make sandwiches the way he liked them – big, made to order and stuffed with the freshest ingredients. Keeping in the spirit of the original, Togo's products are still made with only the highest quality ingredients; including fresh-baked breads, premium meats, cheeses and produce. Togo's is a franchise-based business, for more information call 1.877.718.6467 or visit http://www.togosfranchise.com. For more information on Togo's Eateries Inc., in general please visit http://www.togos.com.
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