Subway Partners with Draymond Green and Jayson Tatum to Promote Subs

    Industry News | February 22, 2021
    Subway sandwich with sauce.
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    At Subway, guests have 1.58 billion unique meal combinations with an array of tasty ingredients.

    Subway has partnered with professional basketball stars Draymond Green and Jayson Tatum to help showcase the variety of freshly made Footlong combinations. Both players proudly share their favorite Footlongs from the bread up, which are now available for fans to order exclusively on the Subway App or Subway.com.

    While other fast-food chains treat personalization like a fleeting culinary trend, Subway wrote the playbook for creating made-to-order, flavorful sandwiches that satisfy any craving and make for a better choice. At Subway, guests have 1.58 billion unique meal combinations with an array of tasty ingredients.

    Basketball and sandwich fans can join Green and Tatum, by building their own favorite Footlongs and sharing their combinations on social media using #MySubwaySub. Now is the time to let that sandwich playbook shine, or taste-test a new sub, because for a limited time only at participating restaurants, fans who purchase a Footlong online or through the Subway App can score 50 percent off a second Footlong with promo code BOGO50.

    For inspiration, the sandwiches Green and Tatum crafted pack a powerful punch of flavorful ingredients that help them fuel up for big games.

    "My winning trifecta is steak, provolone cheese and Chipotle Southwest sauce," says Green. "Add green peppers and onions to get some veggies on toasted bread. Perfection."

    "Turkey and bacon Footlong subs have been a pregame go-to of mine since I was a kid," adds Tatum. "Add in some lettuce, jalapeños, mayo, oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and you've got the makings of the most fire sub around."

    Guests can download the Subway App or visit Subway.com to order their Footlong and try Green's or Tatum's favorite subs with the Buy One, Get One for 50 percent off deal. Contactless curbside pick-up is also available for app and online orders at select restaurants.

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