As the nation’s largest restaurant chain in terms of worldwide unit count, Subway’s growth trajectory seems unstoppable. The Milford, Conn.-based chain is projected to top 40,000 units this year, and the franchisor is working hard to plant the seeds of brand awareness around the world to spark both franchise operator interest and generate employees for the growing chain. It all started with one sub shop in Bridgeport, Conn. — Pete’s Subway — opened in 1965 ...

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