Subway® Fresh Forward Restaurant is Coming to Anchorage
SUBWAY OF ALASKA, INC.
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The new restaurant design on Lake Otis Parkway includes a modern layout, new technology features and menu innovations, including gluten-free bread.
Anchorage, Alaska – The Subway® restaurant at 9000 Lake Otis Parkway is being replaced by a new Subway® restaurant opening next door at 8936 Lake Otis Parkway. Today, the eatery unveils its new Subway® Fresh Forward design. A ceremonial ribbon cutting is scheduled on February 13, 2018 from 5:30 – 6:30 P.M. Members of the media and Anchorage business community are invited to attend. The restaurant is designed to offer guests an enhanced Subway® experience, delivering bold and playful décor, new menu options and a flexible, comfortable environment for dine in or on the go. The restaurant will be open for business to the public at 10:00 A.M. on February 14, 2018.
“Elevating the overall customer experience has been and continues to be a key focus of ours,” said Steve Adams, President of Subway of Alaska, Inc. “We’re giving our guests more of what they love about Subway® – like highlighting our fresh baked bread, cookies and some of our veggies in modern displays—while providing them with modern features that they have not yet seen from us—like self-ordering kiosks and Alaska’s only touch-screen drive thru.”
The new design of Subway’s Fresh Forward locations focuses on elevating customer experience.
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The Lake Otis Subway® Fresh Forward design features self-ordering kiosks, designated pre-order pick-up areas, Wi-Fi, USB charging ports, and Alaska’s only touch-screen drive-thru ordering system. Gluten-free bread will also be available at this location. Learn more about Subway’s Fresh Forward design here.
The 8936 Lake Otis Parkway Subway® hours are 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Saturday, and 10:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Sunday. Guests can pre-order their meals using the Subway® App. The app can be downloaded via Google Play and Apple Store.
Subway of Alaska, Inc. is celebrating 30 years in Alaska in 2018. The company was founded by Steve Adams and his mother, Bobbie Adams. The last line of the partnership agreement reads, “With Divine help this business venture will succeed.” Locally there are 66 Subway® restaurants in Alaska which provide hundreds of local jobs in Alaska communities.
Subway® restaurants, which was founded almost 52 years ago by then 17-year old Fred DeLuca and family-friend Dr. Peter Buck, is still a family-owned business with thousands of dedicated small business owners around the world. Globally there are 44,080 restaurants in 112 countries. Subway® is the largest worldwide quick-service restaurant.
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