Penn Station East Coast Subs To Give Away Fries On July 13
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Penn Station East Coast Subs To Give Away Fries On July 13

Fast casual chain celebrates National French Fry Day

July 05, 2022 // // MILFORD, OHIO - Penn Station East Coast Subs will celebrate National French Fry Day Wednesday, July 13 by giving away the brand’s fresh-cut fries. Customers will receive a free small fresh-cut fry with any sandwich purchase.

“National French Fry Day is a fun way to reward customers each year with a free small fresh-cut fry,” said Craig Dunaway, COO of Penn Station. “Our made-to-order fries are one of our signature items, so we love to celebrate National French Fry Day by giving away our delicious fries for people to try. As one of the only sub chains that offers fries, Penn Station is a great option for lunch or dinner.”

All Penn Station locations are participating in Fry Day. No coupon is required.

Cincinnati-based Penn Station East Coast Subs features grilled sub sandwiches – including the chain’s renowned Philadelphia cheesesteak sandwich – and cold deli sandwiches made to order with high-quality ingredients on hearth-baked bread. The menu also includes fresh-cut fries, hand-squeezed lemonade and chocolate chunk cookies baked daily in the restaurant. Penn Station offers eat-in dining, carry out and catering.

About Penn Station East Coast Subs

Founded in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1985 by Jeff Osterfeld, Penn Station serves an assortment of fresh-grilled and cold deli sandwiches, wraps and salads made to order with high-quality ingredients. The menu also includes fresh-cut fries, hand-squeezed lemonade made throughout the day and fresh-baked chocolate chunk cookies baked in the restaurant.

After graduating from Miami University, Osterfeld opened “Jeffrey’s Delicatessen” in 1983 at a mall in Dayton, Ohio. During a trip to Philadelphia to research the East Coast version of the sub sandwich, Osterfeld realized the popularity of that city’s famous cheesesteak sandwiches and began selling a similar version at his restaurant that quickly became a customer favorite. He opened the first Penn Station in Cincinnati in 1985 with four sandwiches on the menu, all prepared to order directly in front of the customer, along with fresh-cut French fries and hand-squeezed lemonade.

Penn Station has more than 310 locations in 14 states including Ohio, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.

Penn Station has been consistently included on the Training Magazine’s Top 100, Entrepreneur Franchise 500, Franchise Times Franchise 200+, Nation’s Restaurant News Top 200 and Restaurant Business/Technomic Top 500 Chain lists. Penn Station has also been named a Top 100 Mover & Shaker by Fast Casual; a Top 30 Food Franchise, Most Profitable Franchise and Top Multi-Unit Franchise by Franchise Business Review; one of America’s Favorite Restaurant Chains by Newsweek; and one of Consumers’ Most Beloved Brands by Nation’s Restaurant News in 2021.

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