Reno, Nevada-based Port of Subs announced today that its new Sliced Fresh Grillers hot sandwiches are now being served in Port of Subs restaurants throughout northern Nevada and five other western states, including Washington, Idaho, Arizona, California, and Oregon. The 2009 “I Promise” campaign is also in full swing and is the Port of Subs’ commitment to deliver the best sliced-fresh sandwich, with better value, in a clean restaurant, with prompt and friendly service.
The Sliced Fresh Grillers comprise the largest product roll-out and initiative in the history of the company that’s been in business for over 35 years. In the ever-competitive quick-serve industry, Port of Subs prides itself on serving the freshest of products and is constantly researching and re-evaluating their menu items in order to provide their customer base with the highest quality food, and remain cutting-edge, especially in the current economic climate.
“We listened carefully to the suggestions and demands of our customers before embarking on this new product launch,” says Port of Subs President Mike Powell. “Sliced Fresh Grillers are delicious-tasting hot sandwiches that serve up a very satisfying meal, whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner, offering our customers better value and a friendly and nutritious meal option.”
The delicious Sliced Fresh Grillers hot sandwich is served on a choice of bread or in a wrap that is made to order and grilled to perfection. For a limited time, small Sliced Fresh Grillers will be offered at an economy-friendly price of $3.99. The exciting, new, hot menu offers customers a mouth-watering choice of five sandwiches to choose from: Italian, Hot Pastrami, Grilled Chicken, N.Y. Steak & Cheese, or BBQ Pulled Pork. The Sliced Fresh Grillers are also available for breakfast, with a choice of Sausage, Egg & Cheese, Smoked Ham, Egg & Cheese, or a delicious Bacon, Egg & Cheese.
For customer convenience, The Sliced Fresh Grillers can also be ordered on-line at portofsubsonline.com ahead of arrival or by calling or faxing their favorite Port of Subs location.