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Would You Change Your Name For Free Food For Life?

Fast food sandwich chain Subway announced that a staggering ten thousand super fans signed up to legally change their first names to 'Subway' to receive free sandwiches for life.

Fred DeLuca, founder of Subway
Fred DeLuca | Wikipedia

“Subway is looking to reward its biggest fan with free subs for life if they legally change their first name to Subway,” the announcement on the company’s website read. “Subway brand love and dedication run deep, especially when free sandwiches are up for grabs.”

Subway has just announced the extraordinary response to its Name Change Challenge and revealed that in just 96 hours, thousands of Subway super fans signed up. A lucky winner will be named later this month.

The person selected will not only get a lifetime of Subway sandwiches but will also get reimbursed for the legal and processing costs for the name change.

The company that was founded in 1965 by Fred DeLuca, who was 17-years-old at the time. Subway Inc. is still owned and operated by the DeLuca family. The company is headquartered in Shelton, Connecticut and has more than 37,000 restaurants in over 100 countries. Each Subway franchise is independently owned and operated.

Reuters reports that the chain may currently be up for sale and that the fast food chain could achieve a value of as much as $9 billion.


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