Gyroville Makes National Television Debut on Fox & Friends
BOCA RATON, Fla. (June 27th, 2016) – Southeast Florida’s popular fast-casual Mediterranean concept, Gyroville, introduced the nation this weekend to the fresh approach that has been winning over both customers and prospective franchisees. The company’s EVP of Business Development, Scott Mortier joined three other thriving franchise concepts Saturday on Fox News Channel’s Fox & Friends for its regular “On the Job Hunt” segment.
With the focus on U.S. businesses that provide fulfilling job opportunities for teenagers, Mortier gave a quick interview sharing news of the concept’s national expansion over the next two years to 50+ units, beginning with the Southeastern United States. Gyroville is seeking master franchise developers, multi-unit operators and owner-operators who have a strong track record of professional experience and show a high level of organization and reliability.
Rooted in Greek heritage, founder, CEO and Executive Chef Lambros Kokkinelis brings his family’s recipes and rich traditions from the Greek isles along with years of culinary and hospitality experience to Gyroville. Kokkinelis opened the first Gyroville in 2010 as one of the first build-your-own Mediterranean concepts in the fast-casual scene. The nine-unit healthy food destination is primed for national expansion as consumers are becoming increasingly health conscious and aware of better eating habits, and is seeking franchisees to drive growth to meet the increasing popularity of the clean eating lifestyle.
Gyroville was created in 2010 to bring Mediterranean cuisine to the fast-casual market. Gyroville starts by using only the freshest ingredients and prepares them using recipes that combine old-school, Greek traditions with a modern day twist. The concept allows customers to follow their choice of protein from the grill or vertical spit through an assembly line process, where they choose from fresh ingredients and homemade sauces. The first Gyroville opened in January 2010 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Today, there are nine locations in Florida. For more information, visit http://gyroville.com/.