Subway restaurant, the world’s largest restaurant chain, is bringing fans a little closer to the Disney magic this fall by collaborating with Disney on a promotion for the release of the highly anticipated, stop-motion animated feature, Frankenweenie, directed by Tim Burton and set to release on October 5. Every Subway Fresh Fit for Kids Meal will come with a Frankenweenie-inspired reusable bag and glow stick, the perfect Halloween accessory.
The Subway restaurant chain, the world's largest restaurant brand in terms of number of worldwide locations, is proud to announce that it has named Bob Grewal, of Orange County, California, as the recipient of its 2012 Development Agent of the Year award for the chain’s Pacific Region, during the company’s recent convention in Orlando, Florida. Bob Grewal was also presented with this award in 2011 and is the only development agent that has won this same recognition back to back.
The staff of the McLean, Virginia–based Subway Development Corporation of Washington (SDC), takes pride in giving back to its communities. As members of the Subway team, charity plays a big role in the culture of the world’s largest restaurant chain.
A check for $330,000 was recently presented to the American Diabetes Association by members of SDC at its 15th annual Charity Golf Tournament, where proceeds from the event also benefited the Association.
Now that football teams across the country are facing off in the NFL’s 2012 season, which kicked off last week, many quick serves are beginning a gridiron contest of their own.
Marketing and advertising efforts designed around the NFL are an increasingly hot commodity in the industry. But in the NFL, which has strict rules on branded stadium signage, getting in front of viewer eyeballs without buying commercial airtime is a tricky proposition. This has led several brands to develop broadcast partnerships as part of their NFL strategy.
Subway, the world’s largest restaurant chain in terms of number of locations, is proud to announce that it has named Hamed Al-Naqeeb of London as the recipient of the 2012 President’s Award.
Al-Naqeeb was presented the award by Subway President and cofounder Fred DeLuca at the recent 2012 Subway Convention in Orlando, Florida.
Originally from Kuwait, Al-Naqeeb comes from a family-business background in the manufacturing industry.
Healthy menu options and philanthropic efforts have become expected weapons in every quick serve’s arsenal over the last few years. Now, major brands are increasingly figuring out how to kill two birds with one stone by combining those efforts.
Chipotle Mexican Grill, for example, has helped spread the message about nutrition and sustainable agriculture in schools through a partnership with the Milan, Ohio–based nonprofit Veggie U.
Today, Subway Restaurants, the world's largest restaurant chain, announced that it will celebrate its birthday by hosting a month-long Sub-prize Party throughout September, offering daily giveaways.
Grand prizes include four 2013 Jeep Compass vehicles, 400 Kinect for Xbox 360 prize packs, 72 Florida beach getaways from Visit St. Petersburg/Clearwater, and Ultimate RadioShack Prize Packs including a laptop, tablet, e-reader, camera, computer speakers, wireless keyboard, printer, and headphones.
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, and that’s never truer than when you keep entrepreneurs from their calling: to be in business for themselves, to chase a dream, and to follow their entrepreneur’s heart. An entrepreneur’s heart is full of passion and drive to get out there and make it happen, even when everyone else is telling you it can’t be done.
We entrepreneurs are literally prepared to give up the family farm for our dreams. Instead of giving up the farm, I gave up a prestigious job on Capitol Hill to open a sandwich shop.
The Subway restaurant chain recently recognized the achievements of several outstanding franchisees and developers, who each contributed to the brand’s record-breaking year as it reaches new milestones, sets records, and continues to provide business and employment opportunities globally.
For more than seven years, DTT has partnered with numerous Subway franchisees across the country to provide a comprehensive surveillance and loss prevention solution. To date, DTT has renewed more than 2,000 Subway locations and supports more than 6,000 locations.
“I was initially hesitant to sign on with DTT but very quickly recognized the comprehensive solution that they offer,” says Subway owner Larry Pollak. “With camera coverage, auditing, and remote viewing, I know my operation is truly covered.