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Opening Wednesday: Jersey Mike’s Subs at Hunters Woods

by Karen Goff October 26, 2015 at 9:30 am 10 Comments

Jersey Mike's logo/Jersey mike'sJersey Mike’s Subs will open in Reston on Wednesday.

To mark the grand opening, the owners of the new location of the sub shop at 2254 Hunters Woods Village Center (former location of Dairy Queen) will hold a fundraiser to help support three neighborhood schools.

Franchise owners Greg Switaj and Brian Deeth said they are circulating 10,000 coupons in the community offering a free sub for a minimum of $2 contribution that will go to Dogwood and Terraset Elementary Schools and Langston Hughes Middle School.

Customers must have a coupon to be eligible. The promotion will run Oct. 28 through Nov. 1.

“Greg and I are excited to open in the Reston community,” Deeth said in a release. “We have been around for five years and as we continue to grow as a company we are able to open in communities that we have been looking forward to opening in. By supporting the local schools we are able to support families from different parts of the community and support kids who may one day work for us here in the store.”

Jersey Mike’s locations nationwide have have raised nearly $13 million since 2010 for worthy local charities and have distributed more than one million free sub sandwiches to help numerous causes.

The Hunters Woods location will be open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week.

  • meh

    I hope the owners Greg and Brian give their employees closing after 9pm an armed escort to their cars. That area is rough, and only getting worse.

    • guest

      Please stay home where you feel safe.
      You should just shelter in place and continue to be afraid to go out after dark.

    • MaggieSays

      I’ve lived here for 14 years and never feel unsafe going to the Safeway.

    • cRAzy

      I call a big BS!

  • Rich_C

    Shouldn’t respond to trolls, but I went to Safeway at 9 last night and I felt perfectly safe. I didn’t see any “gangs” hanging around.

  • Cathie Gorman Freeman

    I go there all the time, quite often, late. I never have a problem.

  • Heather

    I live in this neighborhood and would never think twice about going to Safeway plaza late at night. So glad to see a great new addition to the plaza. And what a great way to do a Grand Opening! Thanks for supporting the local community!!!

  • Katherine

    Don’t go here until they iron out all the kinks. Terrible subs soaked in oil, forgotten orders, too many inexperienced children behind the counter. You have to have experienced workers to open up a new establishment.

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