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Who among us has never been to a Subway ? Hardly anyone. Subway is the largest fast food chain in the world. With over 36000 outlets spread out across the planet, Subway has cemented its number one position in the fast food business. Subway is truly an American success story. It started its operation in 1965 when Fred De Luca borrowed $1000 from his friend to set up a sandwich shop. Today, Subway has evolved into a multi million dollar Corporation. To gather feedback about customer satisfaction, Subway runs a website called www.TellSubway.com where customers are invited to rate their dining experience. Moreover, for their trouble, every person who completes a Subway survey gets a free cookie as a token of appreciation when they visit Subway again.
To be eligible to take part in this Survey, Customers should save their latest meal receipt as they will be asked to provide the store Id they they visited. At the end of the survey, a code will be generated and it is common practice to write down that code at the back of your receipt. During your next visit at Subway, you can show the code and obtain your free cookie. By filling in the online questionnaire, customers are helping the Sandwich giant to improve on their quality of service. Moreover, customers are getting a free cookie for spending about 3 minutes on www.TellSubway.com
1. Have your meal receipt handy.
How to obtain a free cookie.
1. Visit www.TellSubway.com
2. Enter the store ID when prompted. In case you are not able to locate the number, click on the Find it button. Another page will open where a sample receipt is displayed and it shows you where to find the store ID.
3. Answer the questions asked and at the end, leave your email address.
4. Upon completion, a code will be generated and sent directly to your email address. So in case you don’t find it in your inbox, check in your spam/junk folder.
Subway strives to meet the demands of its customers. It is a nice gesture by the fast food company to provide a delicious cookie for its customers. As the saying goes,” a satisfied customer is a repeat customer”.
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