Penn Station East Coast Serves up Signature Cheesesteak Subs and Fresh-Cut Fries at Great American Ball Park
Latest "Locally-Found" Restaurant to Serve Food at GABP
May 21, 2007 // Franchising.com // Reds fans will now be able to satisfy their craving for Penn Station East Coast Subs while enjoying the game at Great American Ball Park. Penn Station has just inked a deal with the Cincinnati Reds. Beginning May 4th, Cheesesteak Subs and Fresh-Cut Fries, the chain's best sellers, will be available at two concession kiosks within the ballpark.
"We have always wanted to serve Reds fans, but we were only willing to do this if we could be sure our meals served at the ballpark would be as fresh and delicious as those we serve in the restaurant," says Craig Dunaway, president of Penn Station, Inc. "The Reds worked diligently with us to ensure our needs for fresh food preparation were met."
Customers can be assured their Penn Station ball park fries will be cut fresh every game day, just like they are everyday in the restaurant. Not many ball park food vendors in the nation can promise that.
Penn Station is the latest in Cincinnati-founded restaurants and restaurant chains (including, LaRosas, Skyline Chili, Montgomery Inn) to have a presence in the Great American Ball Park. Penn Station is grateful to the Reds for their support of local businesses.
The venture is a joint effort between the Penn Station Cincinnati Ad Cooperative and Penn Station, Inc., the franchisor. "This is a great opportunity for us to expose more people to the quality and taste of Penn Station," says John Doyle, president of the Penn Station Cincinnati Ad Cooperative. "Our customers are fiercely loyal, and we believe if someone tries a Penn Station Sub while watching the Reds race for the pennant, they will be a customer for life."
Penn Station East Coast Subs is an upscale, quick-casual restaurant chain, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. There are currently over 173 Penn Station Restaurants in 12 states.
The chain is known for its trademark sandwich, the Philadelphia Cheesesteak Sub. Hand-cut French Fries, Fresh-Squeezed Lemonade and its "signature" Fresh-baked French Bread are customer favorites at Penn Station East Coast Subs.
In addition to its trademark Philadelphia Cheesesteak Sub, Penn Station's 41 Cincinnati store locations also offer other hot-grilled to order sandwiches such as Chicken Cordon Bleu; Chicken Teriyaki; Chicken Parmesan; Pizza; Italian; Club; Reuben; Vegetarian and a fresh-grilled Artichoke Sub, unique to Penn Station. The menu also features a Chicken Salad Sub Sandwich. Ten Sub Salads and a Kid's Meal round out the Penn Station menu.
Penn Station, Inc. develops franchises and operates a rapidly expanding chain of restaurants under the trademark of Penn Station East Coast Subs. There are currently over 173 Penn Station Restaurants in 12 states including Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, Indiana, Tennessee, Michigan, Illinois and Pennsylvania.
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