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Subway restaurants donate 5,000 meals, $25,000 to S.C. National Guard

Published on Wednesday, March 4, 2015

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Subway restaurants in South Carolina plan to donate 5,000 catered meals and $25,000 for S.C. National Guard troops participating in Vigilant Guard Training exercises in March.
 
 

Subway restaurants in South Carolina plan to donate 5,000 catered meals and $25,000 for S.C. National Guard troops participating in Vigilant Guard Training exercises in March.

 

 

Subway restaurants in South Carolina plan to donate 5,000 catered meals and $25,000 for S.C. National Guard troops participating in Vigilant Guard Training exercises in March.

The restaurant’s campaign will feature 30-ounce Subway, Coca-Cola and USO cups while supplies last. Each cup has a code on it that consumers can text for a chance to win a trip to the Firecracker 250 during the July 4 weekend at Daytona International Speedway.

“When I served in the Navy, I used USO services and they were a benefit to me and other military service men and women and their families,” said Steve McGee, a South Carolina owner of a Subway restaurant. McGee was deployed in the Persian Gulf and Bosnia and served four years in the S.C. Army National Guard 111th Signal Battalion based in Greenwood.

 

 

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