- Location: Granada Region
- Contact: Gloves for Subs
- Phone: 07789175018
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Starts: Wed Nov 8 2017 @11:00
- Finishes: Thu Nov 9 2017 @19:00
As the long, dark nights set in and the temperature starts to drop, the Subway® brand is pleased to announce that its warming community initiative – Subway® Gloves for Subs – is back across the Granada region next month, aiming to help keep people in the local community warm this winter.
On Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th November, between 11am – 7pm, customers will be invited to donate a new pair of gloves to their local Subway® store in return for a 6 inch Sub for only £1. All items donated will be distributed to 25 local shelters, housing associations and projects across the region.
Subway® Developer and Franchisee, Neil Denny commented: “We’re delighted to be running the Subway® Gloves for Subs campaign again this year. Our aim is to keep the many people affected by the cold winter, warm through this initiative, so we encourage our regular customers to spread the word far and wide. Our staff will be on hand throughout the day to greet those who wish to donate a pair of gloves and we look forward to welcoming local residents and visitors into our stores to support this important day.”
For more information regarding the campaign, visit your local Subway® store or join the #Gloves4Subs conversation on Facebook to receive all the latest news and updates.
As the world’s largest specialist sandwich provider, the Subway® brand currently has over 2,500 stores in the UK and Ireland.
Issued by McKenna Townsend on behalf of the Subway® brand.
For further information please call Chloe Buchanan or Georgie McMahon on 01425 472330 or e-mail email@example.com
"Subway Developer and Franchisee, Neil Denny commented Were delighted to be running the Subway Gloves for Subs campaign again this year. Our aim is to keep the many people affected by the cold win"
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