Johnny Rockets continues to experience international growth, opening new restaurants in Latin America and Asia and signing development deals to open restaurants in the Caribbean, Singapore, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Johnny Rockets recently celebrated its 30th anniversary by announcing the opening of a new restaurant in its 30th country. Since founder Ronn Teitelbaum opened the first Johnny Rockets restaurant in 1986, Johnny Rockets has remained true to its roots while also keeping the brand relevant to today’s consumer.
As the brand continues to grow its global footprint, Johnny Rockets announced a partnership with JR Restaurants Australia Pty Ltd to expand the brand's footprint in Australia. The deal includes 100 new locations across the country, with the first restaurant set to open June 2017, in Gold Coast, Queensland.
Johnny Rockets plans to open 14 additional mall locations this year, serving up both a restaurant design and quality food that appeal to the appetite of the mall consumer. With more than one third of its domestic and international restaurants already located in malls, the brand has solidified itself as a leader in that niche market due to its flexible footprint and focus on bringing better burgers, fries and shakes to shoppers.
Johnny Rockets global restaurant chain is celebrating its 30th anniversary year with the debut of a brand refresh that builds on the brand’s heritage and creates a modern evolution of the iconic images, style, food, and experience that have been associated with Johnny Rockets for 30 years.
As part of its continued focus on international growth and development, Johnny Rockets opened its first international food truck in La Serena, Chile, to support its active market and on-the-go consumer base.
As its development of international franchises continues to flourish, Johnny Rockets announces the appointment of Rumbani Mchawe as Country Director of Mature Markets. In this role, Mchawe will provide support to the international franchise community, specifically operators in the Middle East, Europe, and Africa, to ensure quality assurance standards are met and to improve overall sales and operations.
Johnny Rockets, the franchisor and operator of Johnny Rockets restaurants, announced the appointment of Susanne Stover, who will be joining the company as its new chief financial officer and member of its executive team.
Johnny Rockets, the all-American global restaurant chain, announced the appointment of Crystal Wells to director of franchise sales. In this role, Wells will manage the overall lead generation and qualification process related to Johnny Rockets domestic franchise growth strategy.
As Johnny Rockets' international popularity continues to grow, the all-American restaurant franchise focuses its 2016 global expansion efforts on five new markets around the globe. Based on foreign demand, appreciation for American brands and favorable economic climates, Johnny Rockets is seeking development opportunities in Australia, Japan, Morocco, South Africa, and Sweden.
Johnny Rockets new limited time menu began Monday at the global chain’s restaurants around the country. In addition, fans of Johnny Rockets can share the great tastes of Johnny Rockets with friends and family on their holiday shopping lists by purchasing gift cards at participating restaurants around the country.
As part of its strategy to double its global footprint by 2017, Johnny Rockets announced agreements for 49 new restaurant locations in Italy, Paraguay, and Canada. With some locations opening as early as 2016, the all-American restaurant, known for its cooked-to-order hamburgers and hand-spun shakes, continues its international expansion due, in large part, to its strong brand awareness and commitment to providing quality menu items and entertaining atmosphere to guests worldwide.
Johnny Rockets, the all-American global restaurant chain, announced the appointment of Naresh Vinod Worlikar and Calvin Harris as vice president of international and director of culinary innovation, respectively.