NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — It is National Nurses week and Subway is making sure their dedicated, hard work is appreciated.
Subway Franchise Owner, Alex Merturi joins us and answers the following questions:
- How long have you been a Subway Franchise Owner and where are your restaurants located?
- Since the COVID-19 outbreak, how have your restaurants been giving back to the local community?
- How have your restaurants been working to feed medical staff, first responders and other essential workers?
- What’s the response been like from some of the hospital staff and first responders?
- Why is it so important for you to give back to hospital staff and others fighting on the front lines?
In honor of National Nurses Week, Subway Restaurants are teaming up with Postmates to help feed healthcare workers fighting on the frontlines of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Now through May 10, Subway will donate a 6-inch sub to healthcare workers in the U.S. for every Subway order purchased through Postmates with a value of $15 or more. Guests can join Subway in donating a sub to healthcare workers by clicking here.
The Subway restaurant chain continues to evolve the dining experience, offering guests in more than 100 countries quality ingredients, as well as robust flavor combinations while serving over 6 million made-to-order sandwiches created each day. All Subway restaurants are owned and operated by more than 20,000 Franchise Owners, who employ many people in their communities.
Subway restaurants are open for takeout through the Subway App and online ordering, and for delivery through its third-party providers.
To learn more, click here.