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the subway free breakfast promotion being offered...


Subway is an American fast food franchise that primarily sells submarine sandwiches (subs), salads, and personal pizzas. It is owned and operated by Doctor's Associates, Inc. (DAI). Subway is one of the fastest growing franchises in the world with approximately 32,401 restaurants in 91 countries and territories as of February 2010.[1] It is the largest single-brand restaurant chain globally and is the second largest restaurant operator globally after Yum! Brands (35,000 locations).[1][2][3]

Subway's main operations office is in Milford, Connecticut, and five regional centers support Subway's growing international operations. The regional offices for European franchises are located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Australia and New Zealand are supported from Brisbane, Australia; the Middle Eastern locations are supported from offices located in Beirut, Lebanon; the Asian locations from Singapore; India and the Latin America support center is in Miami, Florida. In the UK and Ireland the company hopes to expand to 2,010 restaurants by some time in 2010.
Doctor's Associates was founded by Fred De Luca and Peter Buck, Ph.D. in 1965, when they opened the first Subway restaurant.[5] The sole purpose of this company is overseeing the Subway chain of restaurants. The term "Doctor's Associates" was chosen due to Peter Buck having a Ph.D. Neither Subway nor Doctor's Associates are affiliated with, nor endorsed by, any medical organizations or doctors.
[edit] History
Subway's logo used from 1974 to March 3, 2002.

Fred De Luca borrowed $1,000 from family friend Peter Buck to start his first sandwich shop in 1965, when he was only 17 years old. He was trying to raise money to pay for college. He chose a mediocre location for his shop, the corner of East Main Street and Boston Avenue in Bridgeport, Connecticut, but by noon on opening day, customers were pouring in. On the radio advertisement they had promoted the name as Pete's Submarines, which sounded like "Pizza Marines", so they changed the name to "Pete's Subs"; eventually it adopted the "Subway" name and decorating the store with maps of the New York City subway system; a theme that continues to this day. As of December 30, 2008, the company has 32,401 franchised locations in 91 countries and produced US$9.05 billion in sales every year. In 2007, Forbes magazine named De Luca number 242 of the 400 richest Americans with a net worth of $1.5 billion.

In addition to traditional restaurants, Subway operates in many non-traditional locations. For instance, there are over 900 Subway locations inside of Wal-Mart stores and 200 on military bases, including several in Iraq and Afghanistan, in addition to three located inside The Pentagon, as well as an increasing number on college and university campuses. In UK and Ireland some Subways are located inside Londis stores.[citation needed]

Subway restaurants have been consistently ranked in Entrepreneur Magazine's Top 500 Franchises, and was selected as the #2 overall franchise in 2008. Additionally, it was ranked as the #3 "Fastest Growing Franchise", and the #1 "Global Franchise" as well.[6]
[edit] Products
A SUBWAY Club 6" sandwich.
White macadamia nut (left) and double chocolate with white chocolate cookies.

Subway's main product is the submarine sandwich, or "Sub". Many stores also offer Cookies, muffins, and Danishes which may be purchased in a variety of flavors.

In 2001, Subway added seasoned breads and a line of specialty items to its menu and in 2003, most Subway markets switched their beverage contracts to supply Coca-Cola products exclusively, having previously left it up to the individual market to decide whether to serve Coke or Pepsi.

In order to ink the current deal with Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola helped pay for the initial rollout of toaster ovens to all existing restaurants in North America. Subway gave customers the option to have their sandwiches toasted in response to increased competition from a rival sandwich chain, Quiznos, which popularized toasted submarine sandwiches. In Australia, the introduction of Fresh Toasting enabled the Subway Franchise to prevent Quiznos from gaining market share. The TurboChef and Merrychef toaster ovens are a microwave and convection oven hybrid. The deal with Coca-Cola led to Quiznos switching to Pepsi chain worldwide, except in Canada.
Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subway_(restaurant)

 

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the subway free breakfast promotion being offered...


Subway (restaurant)
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Subway Subway.svg
Logo in use since March 4, 2002
Type Private
Industry Fast food
Founded Bridgeport, Connecticut, U.S. (1965)
Founder(s) Fred De Luca and Peter Buck
Headquarters Milford, Connecticut, U.S.
Key people Fred De Luca (President)
Millie Shinn (EVP)
David Worroll (Controller)
Products Subs
Salads
Pizzas
Other food products
Revenue ▲ $9.0305 billion USD (2006)
Owner(s) Doctor's Associates, Inc.
Website Subway.com

Subway is an American fast food franchise that primarily sells submarine sandwiches (subs), salads, and personal pizzas. It is owned and operated by Doctor's Associates, Inc. (DAI). Subway is one of the fastest growing franchises in the world with approximately 32,401 restaurants in 91 countries and territories as of February 2010.[1] It is the largest single-brand restaurant chain globally and is the second largest restaurant operator globally after Yum! Brands (35,000 locations).[1][2][3]

Subway's main operations office is in Milford, Connecticut, and five regional centers support Subway's growing international operations. The regional offices for European franchises are located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Australia and New Zealand are supported from Brisbane, Australia; the Middle Eastern locations are supported from offices located in Beirut, Lebanon; the Asian locations from Singapore; India and the Latin America support center is in Miami, Florida. In the UK and Ireland the company hopes to expand to 2,010 restaurants by some time in 2010.[4]
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* 1 Doctor's Associates
* 2 History
* 3 Products
* 4 Advertising
o 4.1 $5 Footlongs
o 4.2 Sub Club
o 4.3 Sponsorship
* 5 Controversies
o 5.1 Sandwich size
o 5.2 Franchise relations
* 6 Slogans
* 7 Global locations
* 8 References
* 9 External links

[edit] Doctor's Associates

Doctor's Associates was founded by Fred De Luca and Peter Buck, Ph.D. in 1965, when they opened the first Subway restaurant.[5] The sole purpose of this company is overseeing the Subway chain of restaurants. The term "Doctor's Associates" was chosen due to Peter Buck having a Ph.D. Neither Subway nor Doctor's Associates are affiliated with, nor endorsed by, any medical organizations or doctors.
[edit] History
Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subway_(restaurant)

 

Bonus Answer

"Subway’s big Southern California giveaway is happening on April 27. It includes Free Subway breakfast and coffee"

Do you like the food at Subway restaurants? Then get ready for a free breakfast at Subway. Yes, absolutely free as Subway’s big Southern California giveaway is happening on April 27. It includes Free Subway breakfast and coffee. This offer is similar to the current $2.50 breakfast combo deal. But you will get 8 oz. coffees instead of 16 oz. According to the Subway website you can get it between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m.
American fast food franchise Subway is very popular for its submarine sandwiches, personal pizzas and salads. It’s one of the world’s fastest growing franchises. According to a report Subway owns 32,401 restaurants in 91 countries till February 2010. It’s the largest single brand restaurant chain globally. Not only this it’s also second largest restaurant operator globally. Subway is owned by Doctor’s Associates, Inc. and its main office is in Milford, Connecticut.