Subway began in 1965 when Fred De Luca (17) borrowed $1,000 from Dr. Peter Buck, a friend of the family, so that he could raise money for college. Mr. De Luca set up a sandwich shop in the subway of Bridgeport, Connecticut and by noon of his first day, he had a long line of customers. As his business grew, the stands original name of “Pete’s Submarines” changed to “Pete’s Subway” and ultimately to “Subway” as it is called today. The store has grown from its humble beginnings to a sandwich shop known all over the world. It has been the winner of the #1 Global Franchise award, and has more than 31,000 Subway Sandwich stores in America as well as 90 locations throughout Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Central and South America.

Subway Restaurants is known for providing a healthier alternative to fatty fast foods. In addition to Subway’s renowned and great tasting subs, Subway offers customers a variety of fresh salads to aide with a healthy and balanced diet. We recall the weight-loss success of Jared Fogle, an American college student who lost 245 lbs. by creating his own Subway sandwich diet program.

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