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Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 4/1/2013

  Mansfielders looking for a quick meal downtown need wait no longer as a new Subway restaurant has opened up at 28 Park Avenue West in the Chase Bank Tower.

  Mansfield City Council President Phil Scott and Subway owner Bradley Worthington were on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony as the new eatery is holding a grand opening special Monday and Tuesday.

  Worthington also owns the Subway on Ashland Road and one at the corner of Lexington and Sturges Avenues.

  The new location has been opened for two weeks and Worthington says he's been pleased with the turnout and support of the community.

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