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How Many Portions are In a Giant Sub?

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There are 18 portions in a 3-foot Giant Sub* and 36 potions in a 6-foot Giant Sub*. If you would like your Giant Subs pre-cut for your event, please let us know when ordering.

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How Much Advance Notice Do I Need to Give for a Catering Order?

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Subway requests that you place your order, including those for Giant Subs, 24 hours in advance. Some requests, however, can be fulfilled the same day.

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What Sets Subway® Catering Apart From the Rest?

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SUBWAY® Catering offers fresh, delicious products at a great value and always made just the way you like. Subway also provides unparalleled convenience and customer service. Ordering is quick and easy, and Subway has a dedicated Catering Call Center ready to offer help and suggestions to make your event a success.

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Why Subway® Catering?

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SUBWAY® Catering is the perfect way to feed groups of people. From small, casual gatherings to large meetings, Subway offers fresh and delicious choices always made just the way you like.

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What Type Of Information Does Subway Collect?

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Personal Information is any information concerning the personal or material circumstances of an identified or identifiable individual. An identifiable person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, by reference to an Identification Number or to one or more factors specific to his physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity.

Personal Information shall include but is not limited to: identifying information such as name, home address, home telephone number, e-mail address, Identification Number, financial information and employment-related information such as may be found on resumes, applications, background verification information, or in employment references.

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In 1965, Fred Deluca had just graduated from high school in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA. Like many young adults his age, he had dreams of attending college. Although he was a hard-working, competent and dependable young man, the $1.25-per-hour he earned working at the local hardware store wouldn’t be enough to finance his education.

Discouraged, Fred decided to ask Dr. Peter Buck, an old family friend, for some advice. The two had known each other for years and Fred half expected Dr. Buck to loan him the money for college after telling him of his plans to study to become a medical doctor. Instead, Dr. Buck gave Fred an idea that would change his life and the lives of people around the world.