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Firehouse Subs

Want subs? Firehouse Subs to the rescue! Firehouse Subs puts your hunger out!

Franchise Profile — Firehouse Subs

In 1994, Firehouse Subs was founded by brothers Robin and Chris Sorensen, members of the Jacksonville, Florida fire department. As the frequent cooks for their stationhouse, they quickly gained a reputation for fighting hunger with the same success (and passion!) that they fought fires. After countless compliments, the brothers decided to take their culinary talents to a larger audience.

After they opened their first restaurant, people were lined up out the door to try this little shop with the smoking good food.

Now, years later, you can franchise your very own Firehouse Subs. This restaurant chain is all about rescuing customers from monotonous meals. Rescuing businesses from boring lunch alternatives. Rescuing neighborhood charities from missed opportunities.

They believe in making a difference, all the way from award-winning food to the boundaries of the communities they're privileged to support.

No need to be a millionaire to buy a franchise. Their American Dream Program offers managers of corporate-owned Firehouse Subs restaurants the opportunity to own their own Firehouse Subs in two years.

How? How else? Hard work. Honesty. And a commitment to serving the public in a manner even a fireman would be proud of.

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