At a time when consumers are at home with family or roommates and craving an easy way to fulfill their comfort-food fix, Firehouse Subs has launched a limited-time offer that allows guests to mix-and-match some of their Firehouse favorites. Sound the alarm for Firehouse Subs’ Family Meal Deal. The new offer, starting May 11 for a limited time at U.S. locations, features a choice of three medium subs – any combination of the iconic Hook & Ladder, Italian or Firehouse Meatball – three bags of chips and three cookies for $24, plus tax.
Even better, the Family Meal Deal helps save lives. At Firehouse Subs, the steaming hot subs have substance with a portion of every purchase going directly to Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation® to provide lifesaving equipment to first responders. To date, the Foundation has donated more than $50 million to hometown heroes across the U.S. and Canada.
Since early March through the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation’s COVID-19 Disaster Relief Fund, the Foundation has partnered with locally-owned Firehouse Subs restaurants across the map to feed tens of thousands of healthcare workers and first responders on the front lines of the pandemic, as well as individuals and families in need and seniors who are unable to leave their homes.
“To the guests who support Firehouse Subs, every order not only makes a difference in the lives of our local restaurant owners and their crews, but we are able to continue to make an impact in the communities we serve through our Foundation,” says Firehouse Subs Chief Executive Officer Don Fox. “Our passion to support public safety within our communities is truly in the DNA of our entire Firehouse Subs family. With our newly launched Family Meal Deal, guests can enjoy the same great-quality subs they know and love, while feeling good about their purchase knowing it has a greater impact.”
To order the Family Meal Deal, visit FirehouseSubs.com or download the Firehouse Subs app to order and have it hot and ready for pickup at the Rapid Rescue To Go station inside at your nearest Firehouse Subs location, or order through a third-party delivery platform. Across the U.S., each Firehouse Subs location is locally owned and operated, and each owner will make the decision to restart dine-in service at limited capacity following state and local regulations.