22/01/2014

Subway To Create Almost 2000 Jobs In Expansion

Almost two thousand jobs are to be created in an expansion by the world's largest sandwich chain Subway.

The company, headquartered in Connecticut, have said that the expansion will see them target non-traditional locations, understood to include hospitals, universities and petrol stations.

In total the company plan to ope 180 new stores in Ireland over the next six years.

The expansion plans however will depend on independently owned and operated franchisees.

(MH/CD)

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