Of course, it’s a bit odd that a coyote would seek refuge in a Quiznos sandwich, but that’s what Adrian did, strolling east on Adams in the post-lunch crowd. He walked in the front door that had been propped open because of the warm weather. He settled into the beverage cooler after unsuccessfully trying to vault the counter.
We’ve been harshing on the Quiznos manual in our possession, but there’s actually some good stuff in there about customer service.
We have to wonder whether it’s a cruel joke or if anyone at Quiznos actually read McDonald’s: Behind The Arches, a book they include in their Quiznos University Training Kit.
Browsing through the Quiznos operation manual last night, it was interesting, though not surprising, to see codified instructions for every possible employee action. [More]
In a post Friday, we mentioned a recent NYT article about Quiznos franchise owners suing the parent company for oppressive business practices. The piece mentioned Bhupinder Baber, a franchise owner who sued the company for opening new location too close to his own and Quiznos responded by terminating his franchises. [More]
We really can’t resist another Quiznos post. This is what Quiznos is advertising as their nine dollar and twenty nine cent Prime Rib Sub…
Last week we let you know about Quiznos and how difficult it was to pry out their nutritional info from their claws dripping with fat.
Okay, we’re bad consumers. Ben and I are both pretty lithe and any excess calories that we absorb are generally burned off by a healthy diet of chain smoking and beer drinking. So while we both have eaten at Quiznos from time to time, we never even bothered to check whether or not they had nutritional information up for their sandwiches.
s got an exacto knife to grind.