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SUBWAY Sri Lanka partners Varun Beverages Lanka


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From left: Dulanee Weerackody - General Manager - Marketing & Key Accounts, Varun Beverages Lanka Ltd.  Nathan Wills - CEO & Development Agent, Subway Sri Lanka Ronaal Rajendra - Manager - Business Development, Varun Beverages Lanka Ltd.

SUBWAY Sri Lanka has recently signed a partnership with Varun Beverages Lanka  Ltd as its new exclusive beverage partner in the country. 

With this, consumers at all SUBWAY restaurants in Sri Lanka can now enjoy a range of iconic, popular brands like PEPSI, 7up, Mirinda along with many other delicious flavors such as its new no sugar option PEPSI BLACK. SUBWAY in collaboration with Varun Beverages Lanka Ltd. will be working on some exciting and innovative product launches, unique customer engagement offerings along with powerful brand activations tied to CSR, entertainment and many more.

SUBWAY is the largest QSR (Quick Service Restaurant) chain in the world with over 44,000 restaurants in 113 countries worldwide. SUBWAY is the market leader in Submarine Sandwiches, offering a healthier alternative to traditional fast foods around the world. 

SUBWAY came to the shores of Sri Lanka back in 2014 and currently operates with four restaurants located in Colombo 03, Mt. Lavinia, Fort and Rajagiriya. Expansion plans are underway with having the brands first local franchisee on board, the 5th  SUBWAY restaurant in Sri Lanka will commence its operations in late 2018.

Currently SUBWAY Sri Lanka is giving Lankan entrepreneurs the opportunity to own their own restaurant and run their own business. There are immense opportunities island wide to grow with the successful brand. For those interested we will provide you with the know-how and on-going support. 


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