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    Subway was found in the year 1965 by Fred DeLuca and Peter Buck. It was first named as Pete’s Super Submarines and later on was renamed as subway. The first store was opened in Bridgeport in Connecticut. This was started with an amount of $1,000. Subway primarily sells salads and submarine sandwiches called subs. They began franchising in the year 1974.In 1975 they first introduced the classic BMT flagship sandwich and in 1977 the 6-inch sub was introduced. Later on in US they started serving freshly baked bread and first time subway got number one in sub sandwich category. By 1982 they successfully opened 300 restaurants and in six years they opened 2000 restaurants. And from 1993 they started opening restaurants in gas stations, convenience stores, truck stops, and rest areas. In 1996 subway started a website called www.subway.com. ‘Subway is…

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    Taking A Look At Subway

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    Introduction: Subway is an American famous global brand that was founded by 17 years old Fred DeLuca with one of his family friend, Dr, Peter Buck. The first SUBWAY opened in Wallingford and has since expanded in 111 countries, with 44,350 restaurants, by providing jobs for 300,000 people worldwide (SUBWAY, 2015). Its ability to make easy to prepare fast and healthy sandwiches and salads in front of the customers has made the business undisputed leader. Although Indonesia is the 4th country…

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    fast food franchises located on the island of Grenada where I reside; KFC and Subway. Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) is a fast food restaurant chain that specializes in fried chicken. Currently, it is the world’s second largest restaurant chain with franchises in over 118 countries. The company had humble beginnings with its roots sprouting in Kentucky, USA. KFC was founded…

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    Appendix A For Subway Essay

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    1. Description of SUBWAY SUBWAY is a fast food chain own by Doctor’s Associates INC. Subway primarily sells submarine sandwiches and salads. It is currently the fast food chain with the most amount of stores in the world with 42,999 outlets spreading over 108 countries (SUBWAY , 2014). Refer to appendix A for Subway’s history timeline. (chart 1) (SUBWAY, 2014). 2. Strategic Focus and Plan of SUBWAY 2.1. SUBWAY’s Mission "Delight every customer so they want to tell their friends – with great…

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    get more attention than projected. The advertisements can show opinions and facts that can be surprising to some readers. Subway called to public attention an advertisement that showed obesity is a problem plaguing children and adults. They claim that eating Subway is promoting a healthier lifestyle for the consumer that reduces the amount of Obesity targeted at their demographic. What are they really advertising? This advertisement is displaying that with a healthy meal, society can avoid…

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    Subway is a fast food restaurant that focused on providing well made, high quality sandwiches and fantastic customer service to their customers all over the world. Subway is an American restaurant started and set out during the year 1965 by Fred DeLuca one of the founder and owner of subway (Subwaystory, 2013).The first subway store was opened in Bridgeport, Connecticut in august 1965. Currently, subway is considered as one of the fastest growing franchise in the world. Now, subway has a total…

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    The Tokyo Subway Sarin Attack, was considered a domestic terrorism. On March 20, 1995 Japan’s First chemical warfare attack occur. On a Monday morning, what seemed to be normal day in Kasumigaseki subway station. A disasters was about to occur. This act was caused by the members of Aum Shinrikyo, whom had 10 participants. This terrorism was considered to be religious attack. It’s mission was to take upon himself as well as others the sins the people or “world” as he called. Also he claimed that…

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    Food Then And Now Analysis

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    managed to cash in on the healthy trend is Subway. The company state 's in bold letters on their website, “We 've become the leading choice for people seeking quick nutritious meals that the whole family can enjoy.” Not to mention they have major partnerships with Olympic athletes, medical associations, and government leaders, which cause many people to take their endorsements as credible. However, what people tend to forget is that Subway is paying millions of dollars in order to have seemingly…

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    Swot Analysis Of Quiznos

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    nearly 5,000 restaurants. As of the end of 2013, the chain had about 1,500 domestic locations and about 600 international locations. Quiznos is the second-largest submarine sandwich shop chain in North America, after Subway. Quiznos is now at the verge of closing down, as it has gone down from 5,000 stores at their peak to around 2,100, with hundreds of more locations close to shuttering. According to the Wall Street Journal, the top-performing franchisees are making more than one-third…

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    We as human beings are creatures of habit, we have the tendency of categorizing people into groups, whether be it for being obese, gay or even their race. We value are self worth based upon others judgment Frederick Douglass said “ I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others…” so I ask? Though obesity is a big part of the American "supersize lifestyle ", overweight Americans are still largely marginalized and looked down upon by the same American public…

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