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18 11, 2020

Surf’s Up for Pennsylvania-Based Saladworks: Expanding throughout California

2020-11-18T11:14:27-05:00November 18th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Fast-Casual Salad Concept Plans for Further West Coast Development.

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.Saladworks, the national create-your-own salad concept, has been delivering a variety of salad options across the country for years to encourage originality, and the brand is laser-focused on expanding in the California market, due to the high demand for the healthy concept to align with active lifestyles. Saladworks has already signed five franchisee deals in the state, which will total eight restaurants to open in Thousand Oaks, San Francisco, Bakersfield, Fresno and Visalia, in addition to the newly unveiled Hollister location that opened two months ago.

Even with these existing deals already in place, Saladworks hopes to develop more California locations all across the state, and it’s currently finalizing several more franchisee contracts that’ll soon result in more than a handful of additional locations to open in 2021.

To fuel the planned growth in California, Saladworks is actively seeking qualified franchise partners, preferably individuals with business experience and/or franchise experience, and a passion for serving guests. Before stores open, the training program for franchisees is designed to teach them the fundamentals for efficient skills to run a successful restaurant and is completed locally. Franchisees learn the expectations and procedures in the four-week program through hands-on experiences covering all aspects of the business, such as food preparation, food offering, inventory management and opening/closing procedures.

“Since Saladworks has already branched out west and awareness of our brand is growing considerably, we’re seeing big-time demand for salads that promote active lifestyles and healthy eating that’s regarded so highly in California,” said Eric Lavinder, VP of Franchise Development. “We’re looking for more potential franchisees who are excited about our concept and want to join our health-focused family, those who can benefit from this expanding brand awareness in a less-penetrated state thus far.”

Already in 2020, Saladworks has grown by 32 restaurant locations with many more left to open this year. Currently it has more than 20 new deals in the pipeline for next year already. As the franchise furthers development, it looks to diversify in more non-traditional retail presences, such as universities, ghost kitchens, Military bases and grocery stores. Saladworks is always looking for new ways to help franchisees expand their business beyond traditional franchising.

Saladworks has been in business for more than 30 years and has always placed a focus on guest originality through its healthy and fresh ingredients and create-your-own options. Ranked number 22 among this year’s Top 100 Fast Casual Movers and Shakers, the brand is currently experiencing impressive growth due to a rise in health-conscious consumer behaviors and its unique avenues for expansion.

For more information about the Saladworks franchise opportunity, visit www.saladworks.com/franchise.

ABOUT SALADWORKS:

Founded in 1986, Saladworks is the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad destination, with over 100 locations across 18 states and two countries. Saladworks encourages guests to be original, giving them the option to choose from bowls or wraps with greens, grains or both, along with an array of fresh vegetables, fruits, proteins and delicious dressings. Ranked #22 on Fast Casual’s Top 100 Movers and Shakers in 2020, Saladworks has been delivering the most original and incredible salad experience to guests for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.saladworks.com.

28 10, 2020

Saladworks Looking to Further Expand in Core Markets Philadelphia and New Jersey

2020-10-28T11:03:55-04:00October 28th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Fast-Casual Salad Concept Has Grown in 2020 and Plans for Future Development.

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.Saladworks, the national create-your-own salad concept, has been delivering a variety of salad options across the country for years to encourage originality, but the brand never forgets where it came from. While Saladworks has widened its reach this year with new stores in markets like California, Indiana and North Carolina, the franchise is turning its focus back to its roots with the intent to expand throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey in the coming months. Even with dozens of locations already in these core markets, Saladworks hopes to develop more New Jersey locations in Phillipsburg, Flemington, Ewing Township, Princeton, South Brunswick, Burlington Township and East Windsor, along with Pennsylvania locations in Trexlertown, Quakertown, Royersford, Fort Washington, Media and Springfield.

To fuel the planned growth in its core markets, Saladworks is actively seeking qualified franchise partners, preferably individuals with business experience and/or franchise experience, and a passion for serving guests. Before stores open, the training program for franchisees is designed to teach them the fundamentals for efficient skills to run a successful restaurant and is completed locally. Franchisees learn the expectations and procedures in the four-week program through hands-on experiences covering all aspects of the business, such as food preparation, food offering, inventory management and opening/closing procedures.

“Because Saladworks already has a significant presence in its home market and awareness of our concept is extremely high, we continue to see great demand for our original and fresh salads,” said Eric Lavinder, VP of Franchise Development. “We are looking for new and excited franchisees who want to join our family and can benefit from this brand awareness and demand to grow a business.”

Thus far in 2020, Saladworks has grown by 28 restaurant locations with a few more left to open. Currently it has over 20 new deals in the pipeline for next year already. As the franchise furthers development, it looks to diversify in more non-traditional retail presences, such as universities, ghost kitchens, Military bases and “stores within stores.” Saladworks is always looking for new ways to help franchisees expand their business beyond traditional franchising.

Saladworks has been in business for more than 30 years and has always placed a focus on guest originality through its healthy and fresh ingredients and create-your-own options. Ranked number 22 among this year’s Top 100 Fast Casual Movers and Shakers, the brand is currently experiencing impressive growth due to a rise in health-conscious consumer behaviors and its unique avenues for expansion.

For more information about the Saladworks franchise opportunity, visit www.saladworks.com/franchise.

ABOUT SALADWORKS:

Founded in 1986, Saladworks is the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad destination, with over 100 locations across 18 states and two countries. Saladworks encourages guests to be original, giving them the option to choose from bowls or wraps with greens, grains or both, along with an array of fresh vegetables, fruits, proteins and delicious dressings. Ranked #22 on Fast Casual’s Top 100 Movers and Shakers in 2020, Saladworks has been delivering the most original and incredible salad experience to guests for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.saladworks.com.

30 09, 2020

Saladworks Extends Million Meals Challenge in Support of No Kid Hungry

2020-09-30T14:30:35-04:00September 30th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

National salad franchise celebrates birthday by doubling down on mission to help end childhood hunger.

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. — Today, Saladworks, the national create-your-own salad franchise, celebrates its 34th birthday. Instead of throwing a party or asking for gifts, the brand is giving back generously to the communities it serves by offering 34 bonus points on purchases to Saladworks Rewards Members and extending the Million Meals Challenge, part of its partnership with No Kid Hungry, through October 30, 2020. The partnership, which began on August 31, 2020, has been successful thus far with Saladworks well on its way to the overarching goal of $100,000* for No Kid Hungry, which can provide up to one million meals for kids in need**.

“With one in four kids at risk of facing hunger this year due to COVID-19, our mission to help No Kid Hungry provide up to one million meals is more important now than ever,” said Mark Mears, Chief Marketing Officer for Saladworks. “It’s been exciting and rewarding to see our franchise owners, team members and guests rally around this amazing cause – feeling good about raising money to feed the hungry children of our communities. We can’t think of a better way to celebrate Saladworks’ birthday than by announcing the extension of our Million Meals Challenge through October 30th, as every additional person that ‘joins our team’ can make an enormous impact.”

There are four ways guests can team up with Saladworks to support No Kid Hungry:

  • Making a donation of $1 or $5 to No Kid Hungry after purchasing their meal, either in person at a Saladworks restaurant or via online ordering. $1 donors receive an “I Joined the Team” sticker and an opportunity to sign a “carrot” image symbolizing their personal commitment to the cause. Each individually signed guest “carrot” will be posted on a wall next to the restaurant’s “carrot tracker” – signifying the progress made each week of the Million Meals Challenge. To sweeten the deal, every guest who donates $5 receives the above, plus a bounce back coupon for a free entree with purchase of any beverage on a future order through October 31.
  • Purchasing a menu item from Saladworks new Kids Works menu, which features an array of fresh, nutritious and flavorful items kids love. For every Kids Works menu item sold now through August 31, 2021, Saladworks will support the concept of “Kids Fueling Kids” by donating $.10 to No Kid Hungry. Additionally, every Tuesday night throughout the promotion, Saladworks is allowing kids to eat free with the purchase of an adult entrée.
  • For every catering order places via Saladworks.com, guests will have the option to donate $5, $10 or $25 to No Kid Hungry.
  • Making a donation via a special Saladworks link to the No Kid Hungry fundraising section of its website at: Saladworks.com/NoKidHungryDonate.

All of Saladworks’ locations are participating in the Million Meals Challenge, with several far exceeding their fundraising goals. Since the launch of the partnership, its Cedar Crest location in Allentown, PA has already more than doubled its original goal at 222.7%.  And its Greenbrier location in Chesapeake, VA is right behind at 220.5%.

According to John Reddecliff, the franchise owner of three Saladworks restaurants in Virginia said, “While Saladworks has always had a heart for helping others in our community, the No Kid Hungry Million Meals Challenge has really provided a positive impact on our guests and team members. In addition to competing with each other to raise the most donations possible, in one of our restaurants, the team members agreed to contribute their weekly tips to the cause. This demonstrates a tremendous level of engagement and commitment to achieve our goal in helping to eliminate childhood hunger in America.”

For more information on Saladworks and its partnership with No Kid Hungry, visit https://www.nokidhungry.org/partners/homepage-partner/saladworks.

*Saladworks’ goal is to raise $100,000 for No Kid Hungry, with a guaranteed a minimum donation of $25,000

**$1 can provide up to 10 meals. Meal equivalency varies during COVID-19 relief. Learn more at NoKidHungry.org/OneDollar

About No Kid Hungry:
No child should go hungry in America. But in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, 1 in 4 kids could face hunger this year. No Kid Hungry is working to end childhood hunger by helping launch and improve programs that give all kids the healthy food they need to thrive. This is a problem we know how to solve. No Kid Hungry is a campaign of Share Our Strength, an organization committed to ending hunger and poverty.

ABOUT SALADWORKS:

Founded in 1986, Saladworks is the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad destination, with over 100 locations across 18 states and two countries. Saladworks encourages guests to be original, giving them the option to choose from bowls or wraps with greens, grains or both, along with an array of fresh vegetables, fruits, proteins and delicious dressings. Ranked #22 on Fast Casual’s Top 100 Movers and Shakers in 2020, Saladworks has been delivering the most original and incredible salad experience to guests for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.saladworks.com.

16 09, 2020

Saladworks Unveils New Restaurant Design Buildout in Charlotte

2020-09-16T10:04:43-04:00September 16th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Fast-Casual Salad Concept Incorporates New Elements to Save Franchisees Buildout Costs.

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. — Saladworks, the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad concept, unveiled its newly designed restaurant buildout first at the new Charlotte restaurant on September 9, to be followed by all new restaurant openings thereafter.

“In addition to aesthetically-pleasing form elements like Instagram Walls and Manifest Walls, we’re redesigning for function too, such as the mechanically-fastened floor specifications, mounted digital menu boards and total restaurant layout reconfiguration,” said Mark Mears, Chief Marketing Officer of Saladworks. “While strategically saving buildout costs in the process, we’re honing into the Saladworks experience as part of our new ‘BE Original’ positioning, helping guests fulfill their passion and live their best lives.”

Saladworks updated restaurant design treatments in its new Charlotte location illustrates the healthy, active lifestyles of guests who’ve come to love the brand – highlighting their originality via visually engaging elements. One example is a “WOW” Wall where a guest can stand in front of this image and share their photo on Instagram. Also, a Saladworks Manifesto is placed prominently to signify the relevance of its new BE Original brand positioning celebrating the uniqueness and originality of every guest.

In terms of buildout, Charlotte is the first to roll out strategically chosen cost-saving structure and design elements. These include converting flooring into clear-coated concrete, which will save roughly $10,000 per restaurant, mounted digital menu boards to illuminate the many options and save roughly $1,300 per restaurant, as well as chair rail, restroom hallway, ladder and paint changes – all to wow customers and optimize refreshing senses.

First in Charlotte and for every new location moving forward, Saladworks has value engineered its buildout to save each restaurant roughly $60,000$80,000 without changing the total footprint. Each restaurant will have an average of six more seats, furthering its impressive sales-to-buildout ratio of more than 2:1, via reducing the back of house and serving lines. This improving ratio and reduced buildout cost shortens the payback period for franchisees.

“The cost to buildout has significantly decreased since I made it a focus area two years ago with our restaurants, and it’s saving everyone money, including our franchisees most of all,” said Eric Lavinder, VP of Development for Saladworks. “We’re not cutting corners in the process either. We’re just being more efficient and selective with equipment, lights, flooring and the like to actually enhance aesthetics and guests’ experience too. All the small buildout pieces we’re adjusting, down to a rail selection, add up to big savings for our franchise owners.”

Saladworks, which has been in business for more than 30 years, has always placed a focus on guest originality through its healthy and fresh ingredients and create-your-own options. Ranked number 22 among this year’s Top 100 Fast Casual Movers and Shakers, the brand is currently experiencing impressive growth due to a rise in health-conscious consumer behaviors and its unique avenues for expansion.

For more information about Saladworks and to find a restaurant near you for dining in, take-out or delivery, visit www.saladworks.com.

ABOUT SALADWORKS:

Founded in 1986, Saladworks is the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad destination, with over 100 locations across 18 states and two countries. Saladworks encourages guests to be original, giving them the option to choose from bowls or wraps with greens, grains or both, along with an array of fresh vegetables, fruits, proteins and delicious dressings. Ranked #22 on Fast Casual’s Top 100 Movers and Shakers in 2020, Saladworks has been delivering the most original and incredible salad experience to guests for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.saladworks.com.

31 08, 2020

Dine At Saladworks This Fall And Help End Childhood Hunger

2020-08-31T18:57:38-04:00August 31st, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Funds raised support No Kid Hungry to help ensure all kids get the healthy meals they need.

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. — Kids need textbooks, pencils and paper. But there’s one school supply they absolutely can’t do without: food. It helps them learn, focus and thrive. But because of the coronavirus, 1 in 4 kids could face hunger this year. When you dine with Saladworks this season, you can help give hungry kids the meals they need.

Beginning on August 31 and running through October 15, Saladworks is offering guests four ways to ‘Join The Team’ and help end childhood hunger by supporting No Kid Hungry through the brand’s Million Meals Challenge. Saladworks’ goal is to raise $100,000* for No Kid Hungry, which can provide up to one million meals for kids in need.**

The first way guests can team up with Saladworks is by making a donation to No Kid Hungry after purchasing their meal, either in person at a Saladworks restaurant or via online ordering. For every $1 donation made by a guest, they will receive an “I Joined the Team” sticker and an opportunity to sign a “carrot” image symbolizing their personal commitment to the cause.  Each individually signed guest “carrot” will be posted on a wall next to the restaurant’s “carrot tracker” – signifying the progress made each week of the 6-week Million Meals Challenge. To sweeten the deal, every guest who donates $5 will receive the above, plus a bounce back coupon for a free entree with purchase of any beverage on a future order through October 31.

The second way a guest can ‘Join the Team’ is by purchasing an item from Saladworks new Kids Works menu being introduced systemwide in tandem with its partnership with No Kid Hungry. The Kids Works menu features an array of fresh, nutritious and flavorful items kids love – including an innovative Build Your Own Meal option that allows kids to select items from five different categories to customize a meal as ‘original’ as they are. For every Kids Works menu item sold, Saladworks will support the concept of “Kids Fueling Kids” by donating $.10 to No Kid Hungry. Additionally, every Tuesday night throughout the promotion, Saladworks is allowing kids to eat free with the purchase of an adult entrée.

The third way a guest can ‘Join the Team’ in support of No Kid Hungry is through Saladworks Catering. For each catering order placed via saladworks.com, guests will have the option to donate $5, $10 or $25 to No Kid Hungry.

Finally, the fourth way anyone can ‘Join the Team’ is by making a donation via a special Saladworks link to the No Kid Hungry fundraising section of its website at: Saladworks.com/NoKidHungryDonate. The brand is leveraging the social media networks of its corporate employees, franchise partners, team members, business partners and the general public to reach out to as many people as possible who may feel compelled to join Saladworks in support of No Kid Hungry.

For more information on Saladworks and its partnership with No Kid Hungry, visit https://www.nokidhungry.org/partners/homepage-partner/saladworks.

“We are so excited to be partnering with No Kid Hungry to help end child hunger across America,” said Mark Mears, Chief Marketing Officer of Saladworks. “Saladworks is well-regarded for our ability to serve guests a wide variety of healthy, nutritious and flavorful meals.  Now we have the honor to team up with No Kid Hungry to support the tremendous impact they have every day in feeding hungry children in our communities – an even bigger, more important goal now that millions more kids could face hunger due to COVID-19.”

*Saladworks’ goal is to raise $100,000 for No Kid Hungry, with a guaranteed a minimum donation of $25,000

**$1 can provide up to 10 meals. Meal equivalency varies during COVID-19 relief. Learn more at NoKidHungry.org/OneDollar

About No Kid Hungry:
No child should go hungry in America. But in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, 1 in 4 kids could face hunger this year. No Kid Hungry is working to end childhood hunger by helping launch and improve programs that give all kids the healthy food they need to thrive. This is a problem we know how to solve. No Kid Hungry is a campaign of Share Our Strength, an organization committed to ending hunger and poverty.

SOURCE Saladworks

ABOUT SALADWORKS:

Founded in 1986, Saladworks is the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad destination, with over 100 locations across 18 states and two countries. Saladworks encourages guests to be original, giving them the option to choose from bowls or wraps with greens, grains or both, along with an array of fresh vegetables, fruits, proteins and delicious dressings. Ranked #22 on Fast Casual’s Top 100 Movers and Shakers in 2020, Saladworks has been delivering the most original and incredible salad experience to guests for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.saladworks.com.

4 08, 2020

Lettuce Celebrate! Saladworks Extends Its Super Summer Salad-bration into August

2020-08-04T12:24:32-04:00August 4th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

National Create-Your-Own Salad Franchise Helps Guests Finish Summer Strong with Even More Special Offers and Free Salads.

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. — Beleaf it or not, Saladworks, the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad franchise, announced today that it is extending its Super Summer Salad-bration once again, this time through the end of August. Through the ongoing celebration, Saladworks Rewards members can receive special offers with every visit to their local Saladworks. To become a Saladworks Rewards member and participate in the fun, guests can enroll on the company’s website or app.

In addition to receiving a free entrée just by signing up, the multifaceted Saladworks Rewards program allows members to earn points on every visit – whether in restaurant or ordering online — which can be redeemed for menu discounts on future visits. In addition, the program engages members with “insider” information about the menu, new ingredients and recipes, upcoming events and healthful tips. The program also allows members to participate in surveys and taste panels to help the brand live up to its promise in creating “WOW!” moments for its guests.

At the end of July, Saladworks rewarded two more lucky members with free salad for a year. One of the winners was Lilibet Alvira from Bel Air, Maryland, who won for the Most Visits during July with 40 visits.

“Since incorporating Saladworks into my diet, I have accomplished goals that I thought I could never achieve, such as losing weight and keeping up with my husband while jogging for the first time in my life,” said Alvira. “Being able to stick to my routine requires a diet, and Saladworks has helped me to keep eating healthy. They have fresh ingredients and variety that makes it easy for me to maintain my diet and have the energy to carry out my routine.”

To close out August, Saladworks will once again give away free salad for a year, but this time to three winners – the guest with the most visits and the guest with the most points earned through Saladworks Rewards during the month as well as for one lucky guest who posts a photo on #SWSuperSummer. Even those who don’t win the grand prize are being rewarded for every dollar spent, including double points on their purchase upon their second visit, triple points on their third visit and an extra 50 points upon their fourth. Finally, a free salad will be rewarded to members following their fifth order during the campaign. These special offers reset after every five visits.

Other opportunities to redeem specials and rack up points include:

  • National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day (8/4) – Earn 25 Bonus Points with purchase of a Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • World Photo Day (8/19) – Earn 100 Bonus Points when you post a photo on #SWSuperSummer
  • Salad-Bration Weekend (8/29-30) – Earn 100 Bonus Points when you visit Saladworks this weekend

For the final month of the Super Summer Salad-bration, Saladworks Executive Chef, Katie Cavuto is also helping guests stay strong by highlighting specific Saladworks ingredients and recipes through the following weekly health and wellness themes:

  • Week 1: Create & Relate – Stress Buster Salad
  • Week 2: Restore & Explore – After Workout Salad
  • Week 3: Nature & Nurture – Beat the Bloat Salad
  • Week 4: Nourish & Nutrition – Immunity Supportive Salad

“Guest engagement has been at an all-time high over the last couple months thanks to the Saladworks Super Summer Salad-bration,” said Mark Mears, Chief Marketing Officer of Saladworks. “We want to keep fueling the originality of our Saladworks Rewards members, especially because this year, summer is quite different and more difficult for many people. By extending the celebration and providing weekly health and nutrition tips, we want to help our loyal guests finish summer strong and live their best lives.”

For more information about Saladworks’ Super Summer Salad-bration or to become a Saladworks Rewards member, visit www.saladworks.com or download the Saladworks app.

ABOUT SALADWORKS:

Founded in 1986, Saladworks is the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad destination, with over 100 locations across 18 states and two countries. Saladworks encourages guests to be original, giving them the option to choose from bowls or wraps with greens, grains or both, along with an array of fresh vegetables, fruits, proteins and delicious dressings. Ranked #22 on Fast Casual’s Top 100 Movers and Shakers in 2020, Saladworks has been delivering the most original and incredible salad experience to guests for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.saladworks.com.

2 07, 2020

Saladworks Extends Super Summer Celebration Following Successful June

2020-07-02T12:18:51-04:00July 2nd, 2020|Tags: , , , |

National Create-Your-Own Salad Franchise Continues to Reward Guest Originality with Special Offers and Free Salads.

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. — Saladworks, the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad franchise, announced today that it will extend its Super Summer Celebration through July, following a successful run in June. Through the celebration, Saladworks Rewards Members can receive special offers with every visit to their local Saladworks. To become a Saladworks Rewards member and participate in the fun, guests can enroll on the company’s website or app.

In addition to receiving a free entrée just by signing up, the multifaceted Saladworks Rewards program allows members to earn points on every visit – whether in restaurant or ordering online — which can be redeemed for menu discounts on future visits. In addition, the program engages members with “insider” information about the menu, new ingredients and recipes, upcoming events and healthful tips. The program also allows members to participate in surveys and taste panels to help the brand live up to its promise in creating “WOW!” moments for its guests.

To cap off the month of June, Saladworks rewarded two lucky members with free salad for a year. Bruce Rosenblatt from Huntersville, NC won for the Most Visits during June with 40 and Scott S. from Lawrence Park, PA was rewarded for Most Salads Eaten with 81.

“When I visit other salad stores, they rarely have the items so many of us like,” said Rosenblatt. “For me, it is the fruit, large variety of cheeses and proteins, plus when I’m in the mood, I love the bacon at Saladworks. The combinations are endless. I think the key is that we all like different foods and Saladworks is able to accommodate so many different appetites with their variety.”

At the end of July, Saladworks will once again give away free salad for a year to two winners – the guest with the most visits and the guest with the most points earned through Saladworks Rewards during the month. Even those who don’t win the grand prize are being rewarded for every dollar spent, including double bonus points on their purchase upon their second visit, 75 bonus points on their third visit and an extra 100 bonus points upon their fourth. Finally, a free salad will be rewarded to members following their fifth order during the campaign. These special offers reset after every five visits.

Other opportunities to redeem specials and rack up points include a BOGO 50% off deal on National Parents Day (July 26), 100 bonus points for referrals and a free salad for new users on International Day of Friendship (July 30), and 25 bonus points for ordering avocado on National Avocado Day (July 31).

“2020 has been a challenging year for just about everybody and summer is a natural time for people to celebrate. Extending the Saladworks Super Summer Celebration is just one of many things we can do to give back to our amazing, loyal guests who have stuck with us these past several months,” said Mark Mears, Chief Marketing Officer of Saladworks. “The response to our Saladworks Rewards campaign in June was overwhelming so we are happy to keep fueling our guests’ originality with even better offerings to celebrate in July.”

Along with its guests, Saladworks has been celebrating healthcare workers and first responders through its Fives for Lives campaign since March. The campaign gives guests the option to contribute $5 through their local Saladworks – or via www.fivesforlives.com – on behalf of those on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. Each $5 contribution is matched with a free meal provided to a local hospital from Saladworks. Fives for Lives has been extremely successful thus far, having provided over 2,000 meals to hospitals and first responders. To make a contribution to Fives for Lives, visit www.fivesforlives.com.

For more information about Saladworks’ Super Summer Celebration or to become a Saladworks Rewards member, visit www.saladworks.com or download the Saladworks app.

ABOUT SALADWORKS:

Founded in 1986, Saladworks is the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad destination, with over 100 locations across 18 states and two countries. Saladworks encourages guests to be original, giving them the option to choose from bowls or wraps with greens, grains or both, along with an array of fresh vegetables, fruits, proteins and delicious dressings. Ranked #22 on Fast Casual’s Top 100 Movers and Shakers in 2020, Saladworks has been delivering the most original and incredible salad experience to guests for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.saladworks.com.

8 06, 2020

Saladworks Announces Super Summer Celebration

2020-06-08T14:18:28-04:00June 8th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Along with Bonus Points for Rewards Members, Two Winners Will Earn Free Salad for a Year.

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. — After months of sheltering in place and with today being National Best Friends Day, there has never been a better time to reconnect with friends while continuing to practice safe social distancing. Saladworks, the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad franchise, is helping its guests to do so in a fun, fresh and original way with its Super Summer Celebration. Now through June 30th, Saladworks Rewards Members can receive special offers with every visit to their local Saladworks. To become a Saladworks Rewards member and participate in the fun, guests can enroll on the company’s website or app.

In addition to receiving a free entrée just by signing up, the multifaceted Saladworks Rewards program allows members to earn points on every visit – whether in restaurant or ordering online — which can be redeemed for menu discounts on future visits. In addition, the program engages members with “insider” information about the menu, new ingredients and recipes, upcoming events and healthful tips. The program also allows members to participate in surveys to help the brand live up to its promise in creating “WOW!” moments for its guests.

Throughout the month-long Super Summer Celebration, Saladworks Rewards members will receive 50 bonus points after their second visit, three times the bonus points of their purchase on their third visit and an extra 100 bonus points upon their fourth. Finally, a free salad will be rewarded to members following their fifth order during the campaign. These special offers reset after every five visits.

Additional opportunities for points will be revealed throughout the month around National Best Friend’s Day (100 Bonus Points for every new member a current member signs up), the first day of summer (June 20) and Father’s Day (June 21). Rewards members can also earn points by sharing posts about Saladworks’ Super Summer Celebration across social media with #SWSuperSummer.

“We believe this campaign is not only a fun and competitive challenge to kick off summer, but also a way to reward our loyal guests for standing by us through everything that has happened this year,” said Mark Mears, the Chief Marketing Officer of Saladworks. “Developing these interactive campaigns also helps us strengthen the personal connection we have with our guests, encouraging them to be original in everything they do so they can pursue their passions and live their best life.”

At the end of this month, the Saladworks Rewards member with the most visits and the member with the most salads eaten during the Super Summer Celebration will each win free salad for a year. The company is committed to providing its Saladworks Rewards members an updated leaderboard every week to keep them informed.

Along with this fun initiative for summer, Saladworks is still going strong with its Fives for Lives campaign, which gives guests the option to contribute $5 through their local Saladworks – or via www.fivesforlives.com – on behalf of healthcare workers who are on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Each $5 contribution is matched with a free meal provided to a local hospital from Saladworks. The more ‘fives’ someone contributes, the more meals donated, which consist of one of Saladworks’ original Signature Salads, including the popular Cobb Salad, Farmhouse Salad, Sophie’s Salad, Mediterranean Salad and Bently Salad among other favorites.

The Fives for Lives campaign has been extremely successful thus far, having raised over $9,500 and providing more than 1,900 meals to hospitals and first responders. To make a contribution to Fives for Lives, visit www.fivesforlives.com.

For more information about Saladworks’ Super Summer Celebration or to become a Saladworks Rewards member, visit www.saladworks.com or download the Saladworks app.

ABOUT SALADWORKS:

Founded in 1986, Saladworks is the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad destination, with over 100 locations across 18 states and two countries. Saladworks encourages guests to be original, giving them the option to choose from bowls or wraps with greens, grains or both, along with an array of fresh vegetables, fruits, proteins and delicious dressings. Ranked #22 on Fast Casual’s Top 100 Movers and Shakers in 2020, Saladworks has been delivering the most original and incredible salad experience to guests for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.saladworks.com.

19 05, 2020

Saladworks Taps into Mobile Ecosystems for Growth through Partnership with REEF Technology

2020-05-19T11:31:52-04:00May 19th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Deal Brings Fast-Casual Salad Concept to 15 REEF Hubs in 10 Cities across the United States.

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. — Saladworks, the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad concept, announced today it has launched a partnership with REEF Technology, a Miami-based company that transforms parking lots and facilities into mobile ecosystems that seamlessly integrate a broad range of businesses. The partnership expands Saladworks’ footprint into 17 REEF hubs throughout 10 cities across the U.S., including Miami, Atlanta, Houston, Austin, Dallas, Chicago, New York, Nashville, San Francisco and Los Angeles, and will primarily debut as ghost kitchens supported by third-party delivery companies nationwide. The first one opened in Philadelphia yesterday, with Miami to follow next week, and the rest throughout June.

While some of its REEF locations allow for walk-up orders, Saladworks will primarily use these mobile ecosystems as a means to accommodate a larger number and wider area of delivery orders. The centralized locations and ability to prepare food on-site promote the delivery of meals as efficiently and freshly as possible. Each site offers a menu of featured items, including Saladworks’ create-your-own and signature salads, wraps and grain bowls.

“We strive to be original in everything we do, and that originality is exemplified by exciting, strategic projects like this partnership with REEF Technology,” said Kelly Roddy, CEO of Saladworks. “Among our many creative channels of growth, these mobile ecosystems enable us to share our healthy, sustainable and incredible brand with guests we might not have otherwise reached.”

Saladworks, which has been in business for more than 30 years, has always placed a focus on guest originality through its healthy and fresh ingredients and create-your-own options. Ranked number 22 among this year’s Top 100 Fast Casual Movers and Shakers, the brand is currently experiencing impressive growth due to a rise in health-conscious consumer behaviors and its unique avenues for expansion, such as ghost kitchens, stores within stores, and locations across the likes of universities and military bases. By the end of 2020, Saladworks plans to open 30 new restaurants and have 50 more in development.

“In this age of social distancing, consumers are leaning on delivery and minimal-contact options now more than ever,” said Roddy. “These mobile ecosystems allow us to meet those needs and scale the Saladworks concept quickly, efficiently and for a fraction of the cost, which is a win-win for everybody.”

For more information about Saladworks and to find a restaurant near you for dining in, take-out or delivery, visit www.saladworks.com.

ABOUT SALADWORKS:

Founded in 1986, Saladworks is the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad destinations. Since franchising in 2001, the brand has grown to over 100 locations across 18 states and two countries. Saladworks guests can enjoy made-to-order salads from the freshest vegetables, fruits, proteins and delicious dressings, together with a selection of freshly-made wraps, grain bowls, and other menu items. From 2017 to 2019, Saladworks ranked on the Franchise Times Top 200, and in 2018 and 2019, Saladworks landed on Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top 200 Food and Restaurant Franchises List. For franchise information, visit www.saladworks.com.

12 05, 2020

Saladworks Kicks Off National Salad Month with Interactive Social Campaign

2020-05-12T13:37:49-04:00May 12th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Saladworks Encourages Guests to Participate in Wellness Routines and Focus on “You” Through “You Are A-May-Zing 30-Day Challenge”.

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. — With stay-at-home orders extended in many states, people are continuing to find new ways to stay active, healthy and sane while in quarantine. Saladworks, the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad franchise, created a 30-day wellness challenge to celebrate National Salad Month throughout May. While many are still quarantined at home, the month of May is the perfect time to focus on one’s well-being, especially with summer around the corner. Additionally, this social campaign allows Saladworks to interact with its guests during a time when social distancing is of utmost importance.

All month guests can go on to Saladworks social media pages, i.e. Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, to access the daily challenges. Each week Saladworks posts the weekly challenge for participants to do each day. Over the four weeks, there will be four different wellness themes that each challenge falls under – Create & Relate; Restore & Explore; Nature & Nurture; Nourish & Nutrition. Social media fans can participate in the day’s challenge directly with Saladworks or post it to their own social media tagging the brand for a chance to win free salads, rewards points and other prizes.

“In addition to our ‘Fives for Lives’ fundraising campaign which brings healthy, nutritious and flavorful meals to our local heroes battling COVID-19 on the front lines of this pandemic, we also wanted to create a way to engage with our guests and bring a smile to everyone’s face during such a difficult and uncertain time,” said Mark Mears, Chief Marketing Officer of Saladworks. “The ‘You Are A-May-Zing 30-Day Challenge’ has brought many together to celebrate National Salad Month in such a fun, original and interactive way, while also emphasizing ways to stay healthy, fit and well from live Instagram workouts and fitness tips to cooking demos for at-home salads.”

The premise of the “You Are A-May-Zing 30-Day Challenge” interactive social campaign is to celebrate and gamify National Salad Month and encourage guests to complete these challenges each day of the week around their unique “original” routines. With boredom becoming more rampant as the pandemic prolongs, these daily challenges add a little bit of fun and flavor to people’s days.

“We really want people to use this month to focus on themselves in all aspects of their lives,” said Mears. “These challenges were designed specifically to fortify people’s bodies, build up immune systems, stimulate minds and bring the family closer together during a time when all of those aspects are so important.  By helping to ‘fuel the originality’ of our guests, we can all emerge from this pandemic even better than before.”

Along with the “You Are A-May-Zing 30-Day Challenge” campaign, Saladworks is doing its part to serve guests through the pandemic by offering free delivery on orders placed through its website as well as specific delivery specials via its partners at Door Dash, GrubHub and Uber Eats. In all cases, each Saladworks meal will be offered in tamper-resistant packaging with curbside service available for the health and safety of its guests.

Saladworks, which has been in business for more than 30 years, has always placed a focus on guest originality through its array of over 60 fresh, flavorful and healthy ingredients.  In addition to its Signature recipes, Saladworks offers create-your-own options, including salads, wraps, grain bowls and more. For more information about the menu and current offers, visit www.saladworks.com.

ABOUT SALADWORKS:

With over 100 locations across 18 states and two countries, Saladworks is the nation’s leading fast-casual create-your-own salad destination. Saladworks guests can enjoy made-to-order salads from the freshest vegetables, fruits, proteins and delicious dressings, together with a selection of freshly-made wraps, grain bowls, and other menu items. Founded in 1986, Saladworks has been delivering the most original, sustainable and incredible salad experience to guests for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.saladworks.com.