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    My favorite place to eat.

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    • andrew turner

      One of my favorite healthier places to go eat when I'm not craving a mcdonalds hamburger or jack in the box. Subway has so many combinations that are healthy for you, it's only 5 bucks for a filling footling sub. My favorite sub is the cold-cut Black Forest ham, it is delicious. I only wish that butte college had a subway on campus or an equivalent in the cafeteria. Eat Fresh like Jared lol.

    • Andrew Davy

      When forced to get fast food the target audience prefers chains such as Subway "Eat Fresh" over other fast food outlets such as KFC and Lotteria. They rarely choose to eat high in saturated fat foods

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    • Cinelease, Inc.

      #Subway is an American fast food restaurant franchise that primarily sells submarine sandwiches (subs) and salads. #Cinelease provided #grip & #lighting equipment on the production. Learn more about Cinelease, Inc. at: #EverythingInLight

    • Ai-Lin Kee

      The strong baking smell which emanates from Subway sandwich shops is the subject of this version of the company's iconic logo

    • Gavin Nijjar

      I think that the person who made the Subway logo wanted its customers to think that you can get a sub quickly thats why there are arrows. Also, I like how the word Subway is stretched because it shows that their subs are long.

    • Gopinath Yang

      The Subway logo is good because of the colours and the arrows. The designers probably spent a long time trying to find the colours for the logo, and found that the dark orange go well with the yellow. The arrows make you feel like the company is efficient in giving you food quickly, and going into the store and grabbing some food will be quick if you are in a hurry. The italicized font also assists in this vibe/feeling.

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    • Debra Inman

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