North Carolina Firehouse Subs Operator Opens Third Location
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North Carolina Firehouse Subs Operator Opens Third Location

North Carolina Firehouse Subs Operator Opens Third Location

Louis and Jan Tabor have just opened their third Firehouse Subs restaurant in the greater Wilmington, North Carolina area, this time in the town of Leland.

“Owning and operating our family-owned restaurants has been a true passion for us, and we’re so excited to expand our business once again,” said Louis Tabor. “We get up every morning happy to go to work because we love what we do and believe we serve the best subs out there.”

The Tabors opened their first restaurant in Wilmington back in 2006 and a second restaurant in 2008. Their son, Chris, has helped run one of their Wilmington restaurants and will now manage the new Leland restaurant.

“I love getting to know our regulars and making sure their experience with us is above and beyond,” said Jan Tabor. “They come in to celebrate birthdays with us, milestones and achievements like getting a new car or even buying a home. It’s been 14 years since we started this business, and it’s still amazing to hear our guests tell us they love our food and our service.”

Firehouse Subs now has more than 1,180 restaurants in 46 states, Puerto Rico, and Canada.

Published: October 7th, 2020

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