DannyBoys announces franchise expansion plans

DannyBoys has launched a series of exclusive franchise business opportunities in locations across Queensland.

 

DannyBoys opened its doors in Kelvin Grove, Brisbane in April 2011 followed by a second company-owned store in Brendale, Moreton Bay. Since then, DannyBoys has seen an increase of customers made up of locals, university students and office workers.

 

By March next year, DannyBoys aims to have up to five new franchisees onboard in locations across Queensland. To support the launch and growth of the new franchise network, DannyBoys has partnered with award-winning franchise firm DC Strategy.

 

Daniel McKennariey Founder and Director of DannyBoys Rockstar Sandwiches said, “I’m really delighted to launch the DannyBoys franchise in Queensland. Together with DC Strategy, we have developed an excellent franchise business model that reflects on the success of our two established stores in Brisbane and Moreton Bay.”

 

“We have absolutely delicious products, from our signature sandwiches to homemade hearty soups not to mention our delicious selection of sweet treats. I’ve carefully developed each food item with my chef’s hat on and I’m proud to say we have an ever-increasing customer following who are obsessed with our menu.”

 

“I’m really looking forward to recruiting new franchise partners who are passionate about quality food like me! We’ve got excellent systems in place to ensure franchisees can operate their own DannyBoys store with efficiency and success. We know how important every member of the DannyBoys family is and we’ll continue to work hard at making DannyBoys a great place to work.”

 

James Young, Head of Franchise Sales & Development said, “Daniel is a professional chef who has created an incredible brand that is always part of the lunchtime rush. The DannyBoys stores have a notorious reputation and are the go-to for breakfast, lunch and early dinners. Brisbane is known for loving sandwiches and there is certainly space for DannyBoys to grow across Queensland.”