By Dave Medler
BALDWINSVILLE, NY – February 26, 2017 – Firehouse Subs, one of the most popular and fastest growing restaurant chains in the United States, has signed on as a marketing partner and title sponsor of the popular TUSA Mod Lite division at both the Brewerton and Fulton Speedways.
The Camillus, NY Firehouse Subs franchise owners Jim and Kimberly Bogett are no strangers to local racing. Jim is a winning Mod Lite racer at both speedways.
Firehouse Subs serves sub sandwiches for lunch and dinner with over-sized portions of premium hand-sliced meats and cheeses, steamed to make the flavors burst, then piled high with fresh produce atop a toasted sub roll. The restaurants reflect the authentic firefighter heritage of the founding family’s 200 years of firefighting service.
ABOUT FIREHOUSE SUBS
Firehouse Subs® is a fast casual restaurant chain with a passion for Hearty and Flavorful Food, Heartfelt Service and Public Safety. Founded by brothers and former firefighters Chris Sorensen and Robin Sorensen, Firehouse Subs is a brand built on decades of fire and police service, steaming hot subs piled higher with the highest quality meats and cheeses, and its commitment to saving lives through the creation of Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation®. The founders are the real deal, the food is their creation, and the company is built upon a family of franchise operators who share their same passion for serving others. In 2014, Firehouse Subs debuted nationwide a new low-calorie menu, under 500 Calories. Firehouse Subs consistently ranks No. 1 among fast casual brands in the categories of food quality, friendly service, and taste and flavor. In 2015, Firehouse Subs was ranked No. 1 consumer choice for welcoming and comfortable atmosphere by Technomic’s 2015 Chain Restaurant Consumers’ Choice Awards, and the brand produced the second-fastest growth in U.S. franchise units as ranked by Nation’s Restaurant News.
To learn more about the Camillus location at 5308 West Genesee St. please visit http://locations.
The Fulton Speedway will open Saturday, April 22 for a Test & Tune that is open to any car that runs on dirt. After that the long offseason comes to an end with the highly anticipated ‘Highbank Holdup’ weekend Friday and Saturday, April 28-29.
On Friday night, April 28 the winged warriors of the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints and the DIRTcar Sportsman Championship Series will fill the pits. A star-studded field is expected in both divisions to challenge the ‘Highbanks.’ The Modified Super DIRTcar Series and Billy Whittaker Cars and Trux RUSH Late Models will have practice sessions to get dialed in for their Saturday show.
Then, Saturday, April 29 Fulton Speedway Tracey Road Equipment DIRTcar Modified pilots will be ready to defend their home-turf against all comers when the Modified Super DIRTcar Series comes to town to do battle in the ‘Highbank Holdup 100.’ Also on the race card will be full point events for SUNY Canton Sportsman and Billy Whittaker Cars & Trux RUSH Late Models.
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