When it comes to marketing product Subway and Jared put a lot of cash into catchy jingles and big product pictures. When it comes down to it though, I’ve always felt this need to punch Jared in the kidney and that damn five dollar foot long song makes me want to go to the mall and trip old people. Subway has always been one of those places that are everywhere and I’m sure most of you have experienced a sandwich there. I grabbed one of their Tuscan chicken sandwiches because its being pushed to the public, but I think we can all agree that any sandwich Subway has ever promoted has been a disappointment.
Subway – Tuscan Chicken Sandwich
My first issue with Subway is that they must not tell their employees how to construct one. I’m guessin’ the employees would much rather have you go in there and tell them exactly what you want and how to make it, rather then just say, “give me the Tuscan chicken sandwich.” This is probably they third time I’ve requested a marketed sandwich that the employee asked me a question on every part of construction. I keep saying give me the Tuscan Chicken that you advertise in the window and they keep asking me, what kind of bread, what kind of cheese, what kind of veg? Can you imagine Olive Garden having a new pasta dish and then taking you to the kitchen to tell the chef what you want in it? If it’s on the menu you should kinda know what’s in it if someone requests the exact sandwich.