Opening in December, the new store is owned and operated by Rubert Nogales, an existing franchisee with the brand who also runs a location in Park Ridge.
Founded in 2018 in Queens, N.Y., the brand has more than 50 locations across the U.S., including six in New Jersey.
Last year, the initiative included two New Jersey businesses: NYCSE LLC, a streetwear boutique in Englewood, and Valdez Institute of Self Defense, a martial arts school in Union City.
The chain's 100th location "was doing well but it was mutually decided with the original owners that, given its location in the neighborhood of the PrimoHoagies headquarters, this would be an ideal store for Nicholas [Papanier Jr.] to own and oversee day-to-day,” a company spokesperson told NJBIZ.
The campaign from the Whitehouse Station-based convenience chain runs from Dec. 1-29.
Since partnering in 2017 to offer same-day arrival, the companies have expanded their relationship to include pickup, EBT SNAP acceptance and loyalty program integration.
Following the November giving campaign, the sandwich chain is gearing up to raise funds in December for Wreaths Across America, a coordinated effort to remember fallen heroes by placing a wreath on the grave sites of veterans.
Owned by Freehold-based Beverage USA Holdings Inc., the energy drink brand has also launched several sports partnerships, including with the New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center.
Known for its tenders and sliders with spice levels ranging from “No Spice” to “Reaper," the fast casual will begin welcoming customers at its Ocean Township eatery Dec. 2.
Because of concerns over salmonella and listeria, the discount grocer issued the warning for certain brands of fresh cantaloupe, as well as select peaches, nectarines and plums.
The Allendale-based restaurant group was among several franchisees recognized by the restaurant brand for demonstrating a commitment to guest service, community involvement, operational excellence and brand success.
The location marks the chain’s fourth in the state, following spots in Jersey City and Hoboken as well as a kiosk at Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal A.