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Blimpie Subs & Salads

Hungry? Feed your customer's appetite serving subs and salads in your very own BLIMPIE franchise.

Franchise Profile — Blimpie Subs & Salads

Founded in 1964, BLIMPIE Subs & Salads features quick service submarine sandwiches and salads.

The sandwich industry is booming and Blimpie offers many opportunities for franchisees. The initial franchise fee for your first franchise is $18,000 and the estimated total initial investment for a traditional BLIMPIE restaurant is between $114,020 and $341,600.

Franchisees receive a minimum of 80 hours of hands-on experience in an operating BLIMPIE restaurant, followed by 80 hours of formal classroom training at BLIMPIE University in Atlanta, Georgia.

BLIMPIE University training covers all aspects of operating a business and is followed by an additional minimum 40 hours in a BLIMPIE restaurant to gain more hands-on experience. BLIMPIE also provides further assistance in helping you get your franchise off the ground and operational.

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