ATLANTA, Oct. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dinova, the only innovative, proprietary marketplace exclusively focused on connecting expense account diners to quality restaurants nationwide, announced today that Schlotzsky's, an international sandwich franchise restaurant, has joined Dinova's exclusive marketplace.
Beginning in Austin, Texas, Schlotzsky's was home to a single, one-of-a-kind sandwich, The Original®. Today, it has 360+ locations in the United States and is present in three other countries. In the last 40 years, Schlotzsky's still maintains a commitment to using the highest quality ingredients to make the world's best sandwich, and the menu has evolved from one signature sandwich to fresh baked bread, delicious hot sandwiches, Artisan flatbreads, specialty pizzas, toasted wraps, freshly tossed salads, gourmet soups, and more.
"Having a brand like Schlotzsky's available to our business diners is essential as they travel, have business meals, and plan in-office catering for meetings," said Vic Macchio, CEO and Founder at Dinova. "We are thrilled to bring such a prominent brand into the marketplace as we continue to grow our restaurant network nationwide."
With the recent growth of its marketplace to $5 billion in dining spend influence, Dinova continues to add increasingly diverse restaurant concepts to its more than 14,000 restaurants nationwide. The addition of Schlotzsky's is just one indicator of the substantial growth Dinova continues to achieve in 2016.
Dinova (www.dinova.com) is the only company providing an innovative, proprietary marketplace exclusively focused on connecting expense account diners to quality restaurants nationwide. Dinova influences more than $5 billion annually in business meals and entertainment expenses. Participating companies range from millions of small to medium sized businesses to hundreds of Fortune 500, and its 14,000+ restaurant network includes local independents as well as national full-service and limited-service restaurant chains, encompassing all price levels and cuisines.