Business Insider

Sandwich chain Subway, which has been family-owned for nearly 60 years, is being sold to private-equity company Roark Capital, known for owning brands like Arby’s, Dunkin’, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Jimmy John’s. After a period of declining sales and store closures, Subway has been undergoing a significant rebranding effort, partnering with celebrities, revamping its menu, and focusing on standardized sandwiches for quicker preparation. The acquisition by Roark Capital is seen as a move to tap into Subway’s growth potential and enhance its franchise value.

Share Your Opinion

Leave a Reply