Los Alamos Subway Breaks Opening Day Record!

Subway owner Larry Singh with the giant scissors cut the ribbon this morning on his new Subway store in downtown Los Alamos. Singh is joined by staff, community members and county officials including, front row from center to right, Chamber Manager Nancy Partridge, business owner LeAnne Parsons and County Council Chair Kristin Henderson. Photo by Chris Clark/ladailypost.com

Staff Report

The Los Alamos Subway opened its doors at 7 a.m. Wednesday and the eatery conducted 786 transactions – making it the largest opening day ever for a traditional Subway of the 400 stores in this region.

The line of hungry customers today at Sunway flows out the door and into the parking lot. Courtesy photo

Connie Gemignani, director of operations for Clearstone Development of Southern Colorado & New Mexico, the development agent for Subway, told the Los Alamos Daily Post this morning that the local store came in first in traditional store openings and second if you include a non-traditional Subway that opened inside a hospital.

She said the company is very excited for Singh and happy to provide a new Subway for the local community.

Singh is holding a grand opening special today that includes any 6″ sandwich with chips and a drink for $2.


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