Where Is Subway Corporate Office Headquarters

Subway Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 325 Sub Way, Milford, CT 06461, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 203-877-4281
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 67423
  • Established: August 28, 1965
  • Founder: Fred DeLuca & Peter Buck
  • Key People: John Chidsey

Subway Headquarters Location & Directions

How to Contact Subway Corporate Office

Subway is one of the most popular and loved American fast food joints, not just in the U.S. but worldwide. Since the company has operations worldwide and serves millions of customers, so naturally, complaints and grievances are quite normal to occur. If you are a Subway customer and want to contact the company headquarters, you can easily do so. The steps shall be mentioned in the article as you read.

The many reasons to contact the headquarters could be because of delay in order, misplaced orders online, inadequate customer service, problems with placing an order via website, poor quality of food, and so much more. Below are some of the easy ways in which one can contact the Subway Corporate office. The customers can use any one of the listed mediums to contain the headquarters no matter what the issue is, regardless of what the issue is.

Ways to Contact Subway Headquarters

Address - if you want to contact the Subway headquarters to file a complaint or apply for a request, you can write and address to-

325 Sub Way, Milford, CT 06461, U.S.A.

Phone no - the easiest way to contact the executives working at Subway can call the number +1%20203-877-4281. One might receive an automated response when you make the call. However, the call will be connected and transferred over to a customer care executive. The customers are requested to be a little patient and stay on call.

Email - one can write an email to press@subway.com

Website - www.subway.com

Social Media - the customers can also find Subway on social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Follow the pages with the blue verification mark.

Subway Headquarters Info & Photos

The Subway's international headquarters are situated in Milford, Connecticut, in the United States. The company also has five regional centers that support the international operations of the company.

The company's Connecticut headquarters are open and airy. They are not as big as one may expect, even though hundreds and thousands of employees work at the company. Crowded flags are lining the lobby of the building. Each flag represents the country that has Subway diner. They are a reminder of how big the organization is.

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Subway Headquarters Photos

Subway Headquarters List

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Country

Address

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United States

325 Sub Way, Milford, CT 06461, USA

Subway Headquarters Executive Team

peter buck

Founder

The famous American restaurateur, physicist, and philanthropist Peter Buck is the founder of the fast-food restaurant chain, Subway. He was born on December 19, 1930. He earned his master's degree and doctoral degree in physics from Columbia University.
He worked as a nuclear scientist from 1957 to 1978 with various companies and then founded Subway in 1965 under Pete's Super Submarines. Later on, with a joint venture, he named it Subway. He is also involved in many charitable activities and currently has 261 ranks on the Forbes 400 wealthiest people list. He has a net worth of about $1.6 billion.

John Chidsey

President, CEO and Chairman of the Board

The chief executive officer of Subway at present is John Walker Chidsey. He is an American attorney and a businessman. He joined the Subway chain as the C.E.O. in November 2019. He formerly worked as the chief executive officer and executive chairman at Burger King Corporation. He is also a director and a member of the HealthSouth Corporation in the audit committee.

Frederick Adrian DeLuca

Co-Founder & CFO

Frederick Adrian DeLuca is the co-founder of the American fast-food chain subway. He was an American businessman of Italian origin. He passed away in 2015. He started Subway with the C.E.O. and founder of Subway, Peter Buck. Buck was a close family friend of DeLuca. Fredrick helped Peter to open the first restaurant in Connecticut.

Name

Title

Joseph V Tripodi "Joe"

Chief Marketing Officer

Carissa Ganelli

Chief Digital Officer

About Subway

History

Subway was founded by Peter Buck and his close friend Fred DeLuca. Peter Buck gave $1,000 to his friend DeLuca to open Pete's Super Submarines in Connecticut. Following that, they both established Doctor's Associates Inc so that they could oversee the operations of restaurants when the restaurant franchise started expanding.
Their goal was to earn money from their joint business and pay for their tuition fees for medical school and the doctorate degree in Physics. After the restaurant business started doing well monetarily, they changed the name it Subway as it was short and easily recognizable. As the company grew, they opened several franchises in the U.S. as well as the rest of the world.

About Company

Subway is a fast-food company that majorly serves various submarine sandwiches, delicious salads, and beverages to the people. They have several topping choices that allow the customer to select whatever topping they like on their sandwiches, giving them the freedom to create the sandwich with their twist. The previous Subway slogan was "Eat Fresh". This indicates that all the ingredients used to create the sandwiches fresh and hundred percent organic.
By 2019, the company was declared to be one of the biggest franchises in the globe. It has and, as of October 2019, had 41,512 locations in more than 100 countries. Subway sandwiches and salad are incredibly affordable, and people worldwide love its healthy and delicious sandwiches offered in a great variety.
As the fast-growing franchisor, the company draws on the strong and powerful entrepreneurial spirit, passion, and motivation that exist in the organization. These factors help in shaping and growing the business. The franchise strives to create better opportunities for the staff, customers, and communities worldwide.

Facts

The company has started using gluten-free bread for customers.
Subway has around 67423 employees working all over the world. One can also apply for employment if they think they have the set of skills and qualifications to work with them.
Subway invested around $25 million in 2018 for a re-branding campaign that was targeted mainly at young consumers so that they could boost sales.
In 1979, the first Subway restaurant on the west coast, U.S., was opened in Fresno, CA.
Subway's best selling sandwich is called B.M.T. (biggest, meatiest, tastiest)
Subway I.P. Inc. owns the intellectual property for the entire restaurant system.
Subway's regional offices for Europe are located in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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  • Melody Bradley says:

    Date:9/17/21
    The Subway in Walhalla SC is serving slop! I literally threw my whole meal in the garbage. I wish I could show you a picture of the food I got. It was not edible.

     
  • Paul Boersig says:

    First you hire a sexual deviant athlete who hates the United States of America as your spokesperson.
    Then you fire an employee who defends your company against a criminal thug.

    WTF IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?

     
  • Dave Gpdsja;l says:

    Your stores in Hartsville, SC, really are terrible. They are closed because they can’t get delivery of product. Somebody needs to get fired from their job.

     
  • Carol Corey says:

    PLEASE HELP!! OVER A WEEK AGO I PLACED A ORDER WITH PLYMOUTH INDIANA SUBWAY AT WALMART FOR 2 TRAYS OF SANDWICH FOR MY EVENT ON SUNDAY AUGUST 29TH. I WAS TO PICK UP MY ORDER ON SUNDAY AROUND 2:00 AND I CALLED ON FRIDAY BEFORE TO BE SURE MY ORDER WOULD BE READY AT THIS TIME. I WAS CALLED BACK BY A WORKER NOT A MANAGER TO TELL ME THEY WOULDNT BE ABLE TO MAKE MY ORDER DURE TO BEING UNDERSTAFFED, THIS CALL WAS LATE ON FRIDAY AUGUST 27TH. NO MANAGER WOULD RETURN MY CALL AND I PAID 80.00 FOR THE 2 TRAYS THE DAY I PLACED THE ORDER AND NOW I STILL DONT KNOW IF I WILL GET MY ORDER OR NOT BECAUSE I STILL HAVE NOT RECEIVED A RETURN PHONE CALL FROM THEM.

    CAROL COREY.
    coreydandc58@gmail.com

     
  • Owen T HUGHES says:

    I will nevereat there again. Get rid of rapinoe

     
  • Robert says:

    Subway in It New Hope Your employees don’t wear a mask that’s unacceptable we’re dealing with food so why do they wear gloves why don’t they just takeoff the gloves doesn’t make sense

     
  • Julie B says:

    I will no longer buy from your Subway stores until you get rid of the disrespect of our country from Rapinoe. She is not a role model I want my grandchildren to see. My family has fought wars fir this country fir her to spit on this country is repulsive and for you adding her to represent your company is repulsive

     
  • EvenE says:

    John Chidsey and Frederick Adrian DeLuca:

    I am writing to inform you that I nor anyone in my family will ever purchase another sandwich from any Subway due to the fact that you have hired America HATER Megan Rapinoe as your lame “spokesperson!!”

    Your website has a special section for “veterans.” How dare your company hire someone like Megan Rapinoe, when you claim to support veterans working for your company? MILITARY MEN AND WOMEN HAVE DIED FIGHTING FOR YOUR FREEDOM TO CHOOSE AN AMERICA HATING PERSON. THEY HAVE DIED FIGHTING FOR THIS COUNTRY AND YOU CHOOSE SOME FLAKE WHO HATES AMERICA?!!! You hire a “woke” radical person like that?!

    My FREEDOM lets me choose to never step foot in another Subway.

    Your company made its choice, now the America loving PATRIOTS have made our choice….to never eat another one of your sandwiches.

    As they say, GO WOKE, YOU GO BROKE.

     
  • Gerry Thornton says:

    I like the Subway product but will never patronize them as long as Megan Rapinoe who hates America is a paid endorser.

     
  • Donald Durdan says:

    I used to eat at one of your establishments a few times a month. When you chose to use Rapinoe in your ads you lost me as a customer. I hope, if millions more like me make this decision, you will realize the impact on your bottom line did not justify using such a disgusting American hating person.

     
  • Cate says:

    Our family has been customers of Subway for over 20 years. After choosing an anti-American to be your spokesperson we will never again eat from any Subway. You despise the nation that made you billions. Go feed the Taliban.

     
  • Porter Thompson says:

    Please be advised that I will no longer be purchasing your product. I love your sandwiches but I love the USA more.

    The person that you have chosen to advertise and represent your product has publicly disrespected my country and flag. This is totally unacceptable.

     
  • Thomas Hambrick says:

    Megan Rapino was not the best rep to wear the USA soccer jersey. And, I cannot support an organization that disrespects our country. I can and will make better choices.

     
  • Richard Hinson says:

    Worst customer service in the history of big business, no support from corporate or store owners.

    My suggestion is to find somewhere to get your food. 👎

     
  • Max says:

    My family has been long time patrons of Subway. We will no longer be revisiting your stores. Reason, the person you use in ads that displayed disrespect to the American flag at the Olympics. Unbelievable!

     
  • Dr. Allan Zuckerman says:

    Please get rid of Rapinoe, she is a disgrace and as long as you associate with her, I will find other sandwich shops to purchase my food. I have found I can live quite happily without Professional Football and Basketball who both fail to keep radical politics from their sport. It is a shame that so many businesses are caving in to the WOKE/Social Justice radicals who are tearing down well established traditional values that have made this country great; we are now on the brink due to the above groups representing a false vision of America. The false narratives of systemic racism/oppression are only degrading this great nation and when businesses such as yours support those like Rapinoe who promote such myths, you hurt this country further.

     
  • Tim Mann says:

    Flag hating people in your commercials. I will buy subway no longer!

     
  • LJ says:

    Get rid of the purple hair hater.Never buy a sub from Subway again.They weren’t that good anyway.Un American Co. KARMA….

     
  • Al J Bojorquez says:

    My friends and I were regular customers of subway.

    Subway supports megan rapinoe and features her in an awkward commercial. Apparently you are on the side of the ridiculous and anti-American millennials, who by the way are bane of the planet.. She is part of the marxist demoncratic left wing party that is is desperately attempting to turn America into a communist country.

    I will NEVER step into a subway ever again and this goes from my friend as well. Besides Jersey Mike’s is much better. The decision to avoid subway is a growing PATRIOTIC movement. We will avoid your left wing establishment as clearly you support the current administration and democratic party and their marxist activities to destroy America.

    We are encouraging all that we meet to avoid subway. If we hear the name subway in a conversation we will remind the individuals of subways left wing marxist attitude.

    Keep your sandwiches. Donate them to rapinoe and whatever marxist friends she has!!

    Goodbye to subway!

     
  • James Heading says:

    I will not be supporting Subway until at which time any and all anti-American spokesperson ‘s are terminated. I am not interested in the political views of your spokespersons. It has no place in corporate America!

     
  • Wade Bell says:

    Your choice of Megan Rappione as a spokeswoman for Subway is unfortunate. This person has publically disparged the United States, the National Ensign, and our President of the United States. She is a disgrace to our country. As Subway has chosen to have representation of this type person, I see no choice bit to stop patronizing Subway Sub Shops. Instead I’ll support your competitors and other restaurants that honor values of being American Citizens.

     
  • Mark Neal says:

    It probably does not matter to the CFO or CEO of Subway but this is my response to Subway paying Megan Rapinoe to represent your company. She is an anti American,
    has -been soccer player who represents a small segment of our country. Until Subway issues an apology for using her in your ads I will not walk thru the doors of any Subways. Your response is welcomed even though I don’t expect to receive one.

     
  • Brenda says:

    Dear Fred and Peter
    I’m so disappointed that you would chose Megan Rapinoe to be a spoke person for your brand. She is a non patriotic representative for Subway and America. Kneeling when our national anthem is played is despicable!!! You should be ashamed. I’m done with Subway!!
    Brenda

     
  • Andrea Topper says:

    Your new spokesperson who mad a decision to kneel is disgusting, who does she think she is? She is supposed to be Representing our country not disgracing it! I love subway but there are many other sub companies that I can switch to!

     
  • Nicoli says:

    Kneeling Megan none american peace of crap. I won’t by no more subs. You knew what she would do you also piece of crap.nicoli

     
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