Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches
This sandwich shop franchise is provides quality, speed and efficiency to its customers, and an above average income opportunity for the right franchisee. See if you have what it takes to become a part of the "Jimmy subculture."
Franchise Profile — Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches
Six meats, two breads, one cheese - what could be easier? Everything about Jimmy John's - from the menu to the marketing to franchise management - has always been about keeping it simple.
Straightforward. No games or gimmicks. Bottom line, they make gourmet sandwiches and avoid anything that complicates the process or their image.
Jimmy John's actively seeks highly-qualified individuals to become franchisees. Prior business experience, coupled with personal financial qualifications, individual motivation and a track record of success are important factors in their evaluation process.
All new franchisees participate in an 18-day program conducted by our training staff at the Jimmy John's Training Center located in Champaign, Illinois. They then receive real-life management experience through a four-week apprenticeship program. Once completed, franchisees receive regular updates to their training, including on-site reviews.
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