MILFORD, Conn. -- During the month of March, the Subway quick-service restaurant (QSR) chain opened 209 new locations and reached a number of significant milestones.
The chain now has more than 23,000 open and operating locations worldwide, it said, including more than 400 restaurants in the United Kingdom.
On the nontraditional front, the Subway chain now has more than 4,500 locations, including 3,200 franchises in convenience stores, truckstops and travel centers and 200 on college and university campuses around the world.
Some new c-store locations include:
CITGO, Highland Home, Ala. CITGO, Hancock, Md. Couche-Tard, Montreal Diamond Shamrock, San Antonio Golden Gallon, Ringgold, Ga. Hutchinson River Parkway Service Area, Bronx, N.Y. Loaf N' Jug, Johnstown, Colo. Love's, Orangeburg, S.C. (pictured) Marathon, Lockland, Ohio Moses Lake Travel Plaza, Moses Lake, Wash. Rising Sun Farms C-Store, Philadelphia Road Ranger, Elk Run Heights, Iowa Shell, Twin Peaks, Calif. Shell, Marrero, La. Shell, San Antonio Shell, Olympia, Wash. Thibodeaux C-Store, Longville, La.