Showing posts with label subway. Show all posts
Showing posts with label subway. Show all posts

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Friendly Reminder from the SUBWAY on East Central St

A friendly reminder from the SUBWAY on East Central St.
"We are open for take out and delivery for all Franklin and surrounding community from 10 AM to 7 PM everyday until further notice"
Address: 252 East Central St, Franklin, MA 02038 - (508) 520-3400


Friendly Reminder from SUBWAY
Friendly Reminder from SUBWAY

https://www.subway.com/en-US/FindAStore
https://www.subway.com/en-US/FindAStore

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Subway, all classic footlongs only $6 each for February 2016


from the Patel's operating the Subway at 252 East Central St


Subway, all classic foot longs only $6 for February 2016
Subway, all classic foot longs only $6 for February 2016



Thursday, October 29, 2015

Franklin Subway - Buy One / Get One - National Sandwich Day - Nov 3


This is Kiran Patel from Franklin Subway. We have National Sandwich Day on Nov 3, 2015. 

We have a nice gift for all Franklin residents as below


  • buy one sandwich and 30 oz drink and get one free sandwich 


National Sandwich Day, Franklin Subway
National Sandwich Day, Franklin Subway


So can you publish this announcement in Franklin Matters? 

Thank you very much. If you need anything let me know.

SUBWAY
252 EAST CENTRAL ST
FRANKLIN
MA 02038

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

FYI - Boston Subway users

In order to collect data on the behavior of airborne contaminants, the study involves releasing non-toxic, inert, odorless gas and particle tracers into the subway system. Particle and gas concentrations will be sampled in more than 20 stations and in subway cars across the MBTA subway system.  The deliberate release of chemical or biological agents is of primary concern, but the study also helps researchers understand airflow for smoke or unintentional spills of chemicals or fuels.  This research can be used by the MBTA in developing evacuation, ventilation, and other incident response plans. 

Read more here
http://transportation.blog.state.ma.us/blog/2010/08/scientists-study-mbta-subway-airflow.html


Franklin, MA