USA: Rainy Day Turns Into Sandwich Windfall for Thousands of Togo's Customers
Over 5,000 FREE sandwiches were given out by Togo's sandwich shops across Massachusetts on Monday.This bit of sunshine on a rainy day was part of Togo's introduction of their new Savory Barbecue Chicken Sandwich.Togo's are Boston's newest sandwich shops. They wanted to celebrate its residence in New England by giving away FREE sandwiches at all its Massachusetts stores. 2000 has already been a banner year for Togo's, a California favorite for over 25 years, and this is Togo's way of saying "Thank You New England."Togo's is a division of international giant, Allied Domecq, who also own Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin Robbins. In many cases, new Togo's stores will be combined with either a Dunkin' Donuts, Baskin Robbins or both at the same location.Contact: Jan Hunter 617-338-5055 or Emily Haggman 978-525-3742
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