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Subway opens new £90,000 concept store in Ballycastle

Pictured at the Ballycastle store are: Sharon Kane, area manager for Spar; Leon McMaster, member of Subway team; Sean Hamill, assistant store manager for Spar; Chloe McLaughlin, member of Subway team and Stacey Brown, development manager for Subway Northern Ireland.

SANDWICH chain Subway has marked its 20th year in Northern Ireland with the opening of its first 'Fresh Forward' concept store.

Representing an investment of £90,000 the latest Ballycastle eatery is the 50th Subway Fresh Forward premise to open in the UK and the 100th store in Europe.

The chain opened its first Northern Ireland store on Botanic Avenue in Belfast in 1998 and since then, the brand has grown to 105 stores and created over 1,500 jobs in the north.

Stacey Brown, development manager for Subway Northern Ireland, hopes the new design concept, which is based inside Ballycastle Spar, will give customers an enhanced experience.

“The modern design gives an enhanced customer experience through both the way that they order and the way they enjoy their meal. We are looking forward to welcoming both loyal and new customers.”

The Ballycastle store is the first of eight Subway Fresh Forward stores planned for Northern Ireland over the next six months.

 

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