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MILFORD, Conn. — Subway Restaurants is honoring National Sandwich Day, Nov. 3, by inviting its customers to join The Good Deed Feed.
Guests who purchase any sub and drink on this day will receive a free sub of equal or lesser value, and Subway will donate one meal to Feeding America.
"One in eight Americans are going hungry, and we're in the business of feeding people," said Suzanne Greco, president and CEO, Subway restaurants. "Many of our franchisees have been committed to fighting hunger in their communities for years, and we're proud of The Good Deed Feed and the impact it will have on a national level."
Subway hopes to make National Sandwich Day the single largest meal donation day in Feeding America's history by donating more than 11 million meals — with no limit on the number of meals donated. Following National Sandwich Day, Subway will reveal the final donation.
"Hunger is an issue that affects every community in our country. We are thankful for Subway restaurants and its customers for their commitment to fighting hunger on National Sandwich Day," said Diana Aviv, CEO of Feeding America. "Donations made through this campaign will go a long way in helping member food banks provide meals to people in need."
The Good Deed Feed will be promoted with a dedicated Mic content series featuring stories from Subway franchisees, and families served by Feeding America food banks. Mic will make a meal donation each time the content is shared.
Feeding America is the nationwide network of 200 food banks that leads the fight against hunger in the United States.
Milford-based Subway operates more than 27,000 locations nationwide.