STANDISH, MI – December 26, 2019 – Forward Corp. will renovate and remodel nearly a dozen of its Subway restaurants in 2020, the company announced today.

The remodels are part of Subway’s Fresh Start program and will include new exterior signage, LED lighting, wall coverings, equipment, seating, and flooring.

 “The Subway brand has continued to evolve and updating these stores is part of our evolution,” said Andrew Brown, District Manager of Forward Corp’s Food Service Division. “We’re excited to be able to provide a fresh look and exciting experience to our customers at these locations.”

Forward Corp has identified 11 stores that will receive the Fresh Start remodel, starting with locations in Freeland, Grayling, and Alger, Mi in the first quarter of the year. Additional locations set for remodel will be announced later.

Forward Corporation is the largest Subway franchisee in Michigan, owning and operating 57 restaurants across 16 counties. Four of its locations became Fresh Start locations in 2019, including brand new stores in Essexville and Gaylord and remodels in Bay City on Euclid Avenue and inside the Wal-Mart in Lapeer.

About Forward Corp.:

Forward Corp. is a fifth generation family-owned and operated Michigan company that has been in business over 90 years. Known primarily for its 29 Shell and Marathon convenience stores, Forward’s brand portfolio has grown to include Subway restaurants, Super 8 Motels, a Quality Inn, and The LumberJack Restaurant in West Branch. Forward Corp. also owns and operates Forward Energy, a heating fuels business, and T.R. McTaggart, a custom screen print and embroidery business. Forward Corp. is headquartered in Standish, Mi., and proudly employs 1,000 Michigan residents across the state.