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    Quick Chek Feeds More Than 21,000 on "Sub Stimulus Day"

    Retailer donates nearly $2,000 to volunteer fire department in Lafayette, N.J.

    WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. -- More than 21,000 customers enjoyed a free six-inch sub for lunch during Quick Chek’s Sub Stimulus Day celebration Thursday, with more than 10,300 individuals enjoying their lunch "on the house," the chain reported.

    Customers purchasing any size Quick Chek coffee between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m. May 7, automatically received a "Sub Stimulus Plan" stamp on their hand at checkout. When they returned between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. that same day, stamped customers were able to choose one of the five most popular Quick Chek sub varieties for lunch, free of charge.

    "At Quick Chek, we pride ourselves on being involved members of the communities we serve," stated John Schaninger, vice president of sales and merchandising for Quick Chek. "During these tough economic times, our customers need and deserve a break and we are delighted to have offered them a free lunch to offer some relief."

    In other Quick Chek news, the retailer donated nearly $2,000 to the Lafayette, N.J., Volunteer Fire Department. The donation, totaling $1,966.75, represents 25 cents for every sub, sandwich and wrap sold during the Lafayette Quick Chek’s first 30 days in operation following its recent grand opening celebration, according to the company.

    The new Quick Chek includes a coffee bar, sub shop, soup bar, bakery items made fresh daily, a no-fee ATM center and 14 fueling stations.

    Devoted to providing convenient shopping blended with an expansive range of fresh products and services, Quick Chek operates nearly 120 retail locations in New Jersey and southern New York. Currently, 20 of Quick Chek’s locations offer fuel.

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