Charley’s Grilled Subs opened its 100th onsite restaurant at a military base this week through the Army-Air Force Exchange Service, or AAFES, and shows no signs of slowing growth, said chief operating officer Bob Wright. With the opening of the unit at Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Seattle, Charley’s continued its 12-year partnership with AAFES. It is the second-largest brand in AAFES’s nearly $1 billion portfolio. The Columbus, Ohio-based Charley’s, known for its ...
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