As Usain Bolt's Tracks and Records restaurant prepares to launch in November, the chain is looking at breaking into the Japanese market ahead of the 2020 Olympics.
|Usain Bolt poses outside the entrance of|
Tracks & Records London.
The company has been receiving interest coming out of Japan and will be heading there following the London launch to discuss potential opportunities for Tracks & Records in Japan.
Usain's move to Australia to play football has also generated great interest for a Tracks & Records Australia.
“The company is actively looking at the possibilities to really take Tracks and Records and brand Jamaica to the world,” FRANJAM Managing Director Gary Matalon told the Jamaica Observer.
Usain Bolt will be travelling to London in November for the official launch party of the first Usain Bolt's Tracks & Records Jamaican bar, restaurant and late lounge in the United Kingdom.
The Jamaican-chain restaurant is 12,000 square feet and will have a soft opening on October 10. It will be the first of 15 restaurants to be opened across the UK over the next five years.
Split across two floors, downstairs boasts a stylish bar, dancefloor and club where reggae music and live DJs play until late, alongside a Jamaican-inspired chill-out area to immerse guests in the island's vibes. more