One Year Anniversary Giveaway

We’re turning ONE on Feb. 4, and to celebrate we’re giving away some awesome prizes including a smart watch*, $100 PSUB Gift Card, and FREE SUBS FOR A YEAR!

Watch-PSUB-Sioux-CityThere are three ways you can win:

  1. Fill out the following form
  2. Text “CFALLS” to 21777
  3. Sign up in store!

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*Brand of smart watch to be given away has yet to be determined.  Apple is not a participant in or sponsor of this promotion.

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Breakfast with Santa

Have Breakfast with Santa at Planet Sub Cuyahoga FallsWhat: Breakfast with Santa!  He’ll be having breakfast at Planet Sub Cuyahoga Falls with anyone that has been nice this year!  Just $10 for adults, $6 for kids, and that includes your meal!

When: Dec. 5th, 2015

Where: Planet Sub Cuyahoga Falls, 2022 Portage Trail #1020, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223

Call the store today at (330) 208-9392 to reserve your spot with Santa!

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5 Ways To Order Off-Menu, Like a Boss.

Here at Psub there is no shortage of tasty creations with a plethora of unique and delectable options to help you ascend to sandwich-nirvana. Maybe you’re still making your way across the menu, in which case, carry-on and get your sub on. If you have already taken ‘le tour-de-sub’ and are searching for more adventurous culinary terrain, then perk your ears, and your tastebuds for a few Psub-approved tips to take your order to the next level.

  1. Some like it COLD. Sure, we’re known for our “crispy-on-the-outside, soft-and-gooey-on-the-inside” oven-baked subs, but simply trying your favorite HOT sub COLD could potentially change your world. It’s like trying to write left handed, only less frustrating. Looking for some suggestions? Try the “Super Hero” to transport yourself into an old italian deli, or un-melt the “Tuna Bacon Melt” for a lighter taste of the sea.
  2. Go naked. Take it easy, and get your mind out of the gutter. We’re talking about buns, not BUNS. Maybe you’re looking to cut carbs, or calories, or maybe you just don’t like bread sometimes (nothin’ wrong with that). Whatever your reasons, you can take the buns off your subs and grab any sub as a healthy and tasty romaine wrap. While we do have a few wraps we stand-by, you may have a favorite sub you’d like to see naked, and we totally support that.
  3. Add some green. If you haven’t tried adding guacamole to your favorite sub, you are really missing out. Not sure if you knew this, but our guacamole starts from individual ingredients, chopped up and prepped in the store. We don’t use bags of frozen avocado pulp (yuck) like our competitors; instead we use real ripe avocados, freshly chopped tomatoes, and spices to create guacamole
  4. Cook it yourself. Want to grab a sub, but really don’t want to miss the first few minutes of the new Walking Dead… totally understand. Totes. Try this: when you order your favorite sub(s), ask them to be prepared cold and to get all the cold ingredients “on the side” (don’t worry, our employees will gladly do this for you), and take your sub home with you. When the urge to feast is at its peak, set the oven to 425, place the sandwich open-faced into the oven on top of the foil and set the timer for 4-5 minutes. All ovens are different, so keep an eye on the bread to make sure it doesn’t get burnt! When the bread is crispy brown and the cheese begins to undulate and bubble, it’s time! Presto-chango, oven-baked PSUB, right in your living room.
  5. BBQ Bliss. When the weather’s fine, you got burgers, you got burgers on your mind… Nothing says BBQ like a summer day and tasty burgers! Why, then, do we settle for tasteless store-bought BBQ buns filled with preservatives for tasty summer outings. This must be stopped! Since we make our bread from scratch each day at each location, all it takes is a call a day-or-two in advance to ask for some specially crafted PSUB burger buns to launch your BBQ to the next level! Dinner rolls, bread loaves, bread-bowls, two-footers; if you can dream it, we can bake it, at least when it comes to our delicious homemade bread.

 

 

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Planet Sub to plant a tree for every sub sold on Earth Day, 2014

planet-subs-commits-tree-initiative-earth-dayPlanting Trees for Earth Day 2014! As part of their ongoing sustainability initiatives, Planet Sub announced that on Earth Day (April 22, 2014) the company, through their newfound partnership with Trees For the Future, has made a commitment to plant one tree for every sandwich sold.

The company hopes to plant at least 8,000 trees through their efforts on Earth Day. Tree’s For the Future was founded 25 years ago with roots back into the early 70’s when founders Dave and Grace Deppner who were traveling abroad, discovered the human tragedy brought on by illegal logging and unsustainable land management systems in third world countries. With the singular goal of “Planting Trees, Changing Lives”, Trees for the Future helps to revitalize degraded lands by providing farmers with tree seed, technical training, and on­-site planning assistance in hopes of helping people save their homes and way of life. Trees for the Future currently has operations in 19 different countries throughout Africa, Asia, and Latin America and have plans to plant their one hundred millionth tree sometime this June.

The partnership between Planet Sub and Trees for the Future comes on the heels of a recent Planet Sub rebrand including refined architectural design and the incorporation of reclaimed and renewable building materials in their stores designs. New Planet Sub stores feature elements like beetle­kill Ponderosa pine sourced from The Sustainable Lumber Co., reclaimed metal, and repurposed storage containers whenever possible. Planet Sub places emphasis on having “Authentic food and a passion for people,” and sees the partnership as a way to help not only the environment and offset the company’s carbon footprint, but also have an impact on agroforestry on a global scale.

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