Subway, the most ubiquitous restaurant chain in the world, is still entering unchartered territory. The company plans on making its debut in Estonia in the next few months, according to news outlet Aeripaeev .
Subway’s development manager for Northern Europe and the Baltics said the chain expects to open 20 to 25 stores within seven years. Most of them will be located in the Tallinn area, the country’s capital.
Subway currently has about 36,000 units in 98 countries.
Subway To Debut In Estonia This Year
January 23, 2012 by Mark | 0 Comments