Miller’s — known for its roast beef — is now offering franchise opportunities with the aim of opening five to seven new restaurants over the next several years, the company announced.
“People love Miller’s and we’re excited to begin providing our unique product and services to customers in other communities across the country,” said company president Gwendolyn Graham in a news release.
When Miller’s first opened in 1972, founders Henry and Ruby Miller kept it simple. They sold roast beef sandwiches, ham sandwiches, baked beans and chips. In 1986, Henry and Ruby retired and sold the business to Ruth and Roger Graham, their daughter and son-in-law. In 2010, a third generation — Roger Graham Jr. and his wife Gwendolyn — opened a second location in Attleboro, Massachusetts.