Tucson Multi-Unit Arby's Franchisee Remodeling and Building New Units
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Tucson Multi-Unit Arby's Franchisee Remodeling and Building New Units

Tucson Multi-Unit Arby's Franchisee Remodeling and Building New Units

Multi-unit franchisee Irish Beef has been busy remodeling and reopening its Tucson area Arby's locations, to the tune of $500,000 each. Just this week, the multi-unit operator reopened the doors on its third of eight locations scheduled to undergo upgrades. As the renovations continue, there will also be four brand new Arby's locations in the market, the first scheduled to open early this summer.

The updates are modeled after Arby's Inspire restaurant design, which increases efficiency and provides a better guest experience. The new design features a fresh, new color palette; wood tones; white brick; upgraded lighting; subway tiles; stainless steel finishes; chalkboard graphics; and upgraded landscaping outside, as well as cantilevered red awnings to the building and illuminated signage.

"To date, we have invested $1.5 million in the Tucson community updating our restaurants," said Jami Salyers, director of operations for Irish Beef. "We are committed to continuing our investment in the local economy and creating jobs for Tucsonans."

Published: May 16th, 2018

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