Subway opens 100th store in Northern Ireland
Subway has opened a milestone 100th store in Northern Ireland as it continues to expand across the UK and Ireland.
Situated on Upper Lisburn Road in the Finaghy area of Belfast, the store is owned by Subway franchisees Muhammad Aamir and Akhlaq Akhtar.
Subway opened its first store in Northern Ireland 19 years ago and since then the brand has created more than 1,500 jobs in the region.
The team responsible for its growth in Northern Ireland, Neil Black, Paul Heyes and Adam Heyes, said: “We’re thrilled to be opening a milestone 100th store in the region. The future for the Subway brand is certainly very exciting and we’re all looking forward to working with our franchisees to help them realise their potential and to continue to grow the brand across Northern Ireland.”
The store is located in south Belfast on a busy road that serves as a major arterial route between Belfast and Lisburn. It offers seating for more than 20 customers.
There are more than 44,000 Subway stores in over 110 countries. The brand recently announced plans to increase the number of stores across the UK and Ireland to 3,000 by 2020.
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