Penn Station Giving Away Fries Through January 15

    Industry News | January 6, 2020

    Penn Station East Coast Subs will give customers a free small fresh-cut fry with any sandwich purchase January 7-15 for its annual “Happy New Year from our President” promotion.

    “Our fresh-cut fries are one of our most popular and well-known menu items, so they are the perfect way to thank our customers,” says Craig Dunaway, president of Penn Station. “After a busy holiday season, this will be a nice treat for our customers to start a new decade.”

    The promotion is available at all restaurants. No coupon is necessary.

    Founded in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1985, Penn Station serves an assortment of fresh-grilled and cold deli sandwiches, wraps and salads made to order with high-quality ingredients. The menu also includes fresh-cut fries, hand-squeezed lemonade made throughout the day and fresh-baked chocolate chunk cookies baked in the restaurant.

    Penn Station has more than 310 locations in 14 states including Ohio, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. A brand that prides itself on longevity, Penn Station is celebrating 35 years in business in 2020.

    With all but one store being franchised, Penn Station focuses on franchisee’s profitability and return on investment.

    Penn Station partners with local Down syndrome associations to raise money, donating almost $80,000 to the Cincinnati and Dayton organizations in 2019. Starting in 2020, Penn Station will host a systemwide campaign each March to raise money for the local Down syndrome associations across the Midwest and Southeast.

    Projections call for the opening of 10 to 15 restaurants nationwide in 2020. Penn Station is targeting Kansas City, Omaha, Charlotte, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Nashville, Richmond and Raleigh for franchise expansion

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