Togo’s offers reduced royalty incentives for multi-unit deals

Togo’s Franchise Offers Reduced Royalty Incentives for Multi-Unit Deals

Incentive plan gives new multi-unit franchisees time to invest in marketing efforts

Togo's multi-unit franchise opportunity
Owners who sign a multi-unit franchise agreement for three more restaurants in participating states will received a reduced royalty incentive for the first two years.

Togo’s, a West Coast Original, is offering a reduced royalties incentive in select states for those who sign franchise agreements with three or more units. The restaurant franchise that serves meaty sandwiches stuffed with the freshest ingredients is offering these reduced royalties during the first two years of the multi-unit franchisee’s business.

Togo’s franchise owners will pay only three percent the first year of operation, followed by four percent the next year and five percent each year thereafter. This deal applies to new restaurants in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, and Arizona.

“As part of Togo’s plan to grow the brand along the West Coast, we’re offering an attractive incentive to encourage multi-unit development and introduce our big, fresh, meaty sandwiches to guests in new markets,” said Tony Gioia, Chairman and CEO of Togo’s Holdings LLC. “Through reduced royalties, franchisees can invest more dollars into local marketing, allowing them to connect with even more guests and raving fans of the brand.”

Since 1971, Togo’s, the premier sandwich chain in the West, has been serving big, made-to-order sandwiches stuffed with the freshest ingredients. Our West Coast Original sandwiches and our legendary customer service are the reasons the Togo’s franchise has such a loyal following. Togo’s was recently named to the Nation’s Restaurant News annual list of Consumer Picks, which measures how much customers love a brand. We have nearly 300 locations open or under development in the West.


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