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Fast Food Jobs: Quiznos Application Online

Quiznos has super humble beginnings. Based out of Denver, Colorado they are well known for their toasty submarine sandwiches. It wasn’t until Rick Schaden, future CEO of Quiznos, bought his first franchise in 1987 that the company began to see major success. Talk about a super fan, Rick loved this company so much that, along with his dad, they purchased the company in 1991.

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quiznos application online

From there, they overhauled the company and created buzz around their brand Quiznos, including a new redesigned logo and opening up franchises across Read the rest of this entry »


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Fast Food Jobs: Panda Express Application Online

Talk about a visionary. Coming off the success of a traditional chinese food restaurant, called Panda Inn that Andrew Cherng founded with his father, Andrew saw that there was a market for high quality chinese fast food just like there are for burger joints.

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Panda application online

So in 1983, when Andrew opened up a new concept style fast food version of Panda at the Glendale Galleria mall in Glendale, California. That first one was a smashing success and the Panda brand started to grow.

In 1991, after numerous locations were opened up at malls and grocery stores, they opened up their first street location in Long Beach, California. In 1993 they celebrated the Read the rest of this entry »

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Fast Food Jobs: Arby’s Application Online

Tired of hamburgers? If you love roast beef, chances are you’ve eaten at Arby’s. What a genius idea. Their roast beef sandwiches with horse radish sauce is out of this world! Can you say- addicting?!

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Arby’s application online

Arby’s got it’s start when food service veterans Leroy and Forrest Raffel opened the first the first one in Boardman, Ohio on July 23, 1964, customers enjoyed roast beef sandwiches, potato chips, and Texas-sized iced teas.
The brothers decided on the name Arby’s, because it stands for Read the rest of this entry »

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Fast Food Jobs: Jack in the Box Application Online

Whether you’re in the mood for a hamburger, mexican food, salads, or something just to munch on to keep the hunger at bay, Jack in the Box is your answer.

Along with Mcdonalds and Burger King, Jack in the Box is also one of the top fast food chains in the US.

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Jack in the Box has arguably the best tv commercials in the fast food industry because they’re both… Read the rest of this entry »

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Fast Food Jobs: Sonic Application Online

When you are hungry and in the mood for a flashback to the 1950’s and 1960’s, the one fast food joint that should come to mind is Sonic Drive-in.

Yes, they still roller skate up to your car window to deliver your order! And if you love to roller skate, a Sonic Drive-in “carhop” position is right up your alley!

Sonic is the leader in fast food drive-in restaurants by sticking to what made drive-ins so popular in the first place: made-to-order American classics, signature menu items, speedy service from Read the rest of this entry »

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Fast Food Jobs: Dunkin Donuts Application Online

We mentioned earlier about the cult like following of Krispy Kreme donuts and if you’ve ever had one of their hallmark glazed donuts straight out of the oven, then you’ll understand why.

They are world renowned for their warm delicious treats and one other donut chain is better known. Enter: Dunkin Donuts.

Want to work at a fun place that’s increasingly becoming more like Starbucks? Dunkin Donuts has gotten into the coffee game and offers up an assortment of coffee drinks. In Spain, their stores are named Read the rest of this entry »

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Fast Food jobs: Krispy Kreme Application Online

Who has the best donuts on the planet? Well, some would say Dunkin Donuts, but others Krispy Kreme is a serious contender with a die hard cult like following.

The founder of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Vernon Rudolph, worked for his uncle, Ishmael Armstrong, who purchased a secret recipe for yeast-raised doughnuts and a shop on Broad Street in Paducah, Kentucky, from Joseph LeBeouf of Lake Charles, Louisiana.

Rudolph began selling the yeast doughnuts in Paducah and delivered them on Read the rest of this entry »

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