Subway Convenience Multiplies
More c-store units open for business
Published in CSP Daily News
MILFORD, Conn. -- The Subway restaurant chain now has nearly 5,400 nontraditional locations in places such as airports, amusement parks, and grocery stores, including more than 3,200 restaurants in convenience stores, truckstops and travel centers around the world.
The Milford, Conn.-based sandwich shop chain currently has 25,329 locations in 83 countries.
In January, Subway opened 160 new locations, it said. The following is a breakdown of some of our most recent U.S. c-store openings:
Exxon, Franklin, Conn. Gas N Go, Green [image-nocss] River, Utah Irving Oil, Ward Hill, Mass. Kum & Go, Eldora, Iowa. Lacombe Stores, Lacombe, La. Last Minute Mart, Portersville, Pa. Lion's Pride, Montgomery, Ala. Love's Travel Stops, Cedar City, Utah. Mac's, Mattoon, Ill. Mobil, Columbia, Md. Phillips 66, El Paso, Texas (pictured). Road Ranger, Cottage Grove, Wis. Stars N Stripes, Clearwater, Kansas. USA Mini Markets, Scranton, Pa. Valero Gas/Schulte C-Store, Okarche, Okla.