Subway opens first drive-thru store in south of England
Subway has chosen Swindon for the opening of its first drive-thru site in the south of England.
Situated underneath a Travelodge hotel, the store sells a selection of the brand’s subs, salads and wraps.
As well as being a drive-thru, the shop provides seating for 32 diners. It also features Subway’s Fresh Forward design concept with a bright colour palette and clean lines.
The store is owned by franchise owners Steve and Sue Pasco who currently own 15 Subway stores in Bristol and surrounding areas.
Sue Pasco said: “We’re delighted to have opened our first drive-thru store and also the first for Subway in the south of England! The store is in a great location, situated on a busy main road and close to a retail park – perfect for hungry shoppers and passers-by to stop in for a quick and convenient meal or snack”
The store is Subway’s sixth drive-thru site to open in the UK and Ireland. This follows openings in Rochdale, Salford, Wakefield, Guisborough and Belfast.
Colin Hughes, country director for Subway UK and Ireland, said: “Drive-thru sites open up new possibilities for our guests, in that they don’t even need to leave the comfort of their own car to enjoy our wide product range.
Guests will also be able to take advantage of our exciting new products and deals, such as our new Vegan Sub and Salad and Ultimate Cheesy Garlic Bread.”
Subway has more than 2,500 Subway stores in the UK and Ireland.
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