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Franchise Owners Brian and Colleen Davenport just celebrated the grand reopening of their store located on Route 70 in Manasquan, NJ. As a part of the grand reopening, the Davenports distributed 5,000 coupons for free subs to welcome customers back into the store and encouraged their customers to use the money they saved to donate to the K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital at Jersey Shore University Medical Center.
The Davenports happen to have a personal connection with their cause as well. One of their team members, Tom Hayes, who started working in their restaurant at age 18, was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 21. Tom, now 23 and doing well, currently works in Jersey Mike’s home office in the Operations Department.
“The fact that the Davenports are giving back to a local hospital — and the hospital I was diagnosed in — shows how kind their hearts are,” said Tom Hayes. “With the help of both the Davenports and Jersey Shore University Medical Center, I have been in remission for over a year and a half. The Davenports helped me become the man I always wanted to be and they deserve just as much credit for my recovery as Jersey Shore University Medical Center.”
Hayes added: “Thanks to the Davenports, I was given the opportunity to work for the franchise itself. If it wasn’t for the training I was given and the knowledge I pulled from Bryan, I wouldn’t be in such a wonderful position. They deserve nothing but success.”
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