Subway Headquarters.

All current information about Subway IP Inc., the fast-food franchise based in Milford, Connecticut. See Subway’s corporate contact details and links to various Subway departments, among other useful resources.

We have also added a guide on how to submit complaints or questions to the Subway customer service department.

About Subway.

The fast-food franchise chain Subway is headquartered in Connecticut, where it was founded in August 1965 by Fred DeLuca. The first Pete’s Subway restaurant opened in Bridgeport, and growth was rather slow until the owners adopted a franchise business model.

By the mid / late 1980s, there were over 1,000 Subway stores across the United States, and international franchising began at around the same time.

In 2017, Subway had more than 44,000 stores and franchises worldwide, with over 26,000 of those being in the USA alone. Subway also has a strong presence in UK, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and Australia, where it has thousands of restaurants.

The company was recently named one of the world’s most valuable brands by Forbes and is considered the world’s largest restaurant operator.

Currently, Subway’s product offer includes salads, bakery and breakfast items, and wraps, in addition to their trademark submarine sandwiches.

Subway Corporate Office Contacts.

You can get in touch with Subway’s corporate headquarters in Connecticut by phone, fax, or mail using the contact details listed here:

Subway Headquarters Phone Number.
+1-203-877-4281 or 1-800-888-4848

Subway Headquarters Switchboard Hours.
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Eastern Time Zone)

Subway Headquarters Fax Number.
+1-203-876-6674

Subway World Headquarters Address.

325 Sub Way, Milford,
Connecticut, 06461-3059
USA

Subway Headquarters
The Subway World Headquarters in Milford, Connecticut houses around 1050 employees.

Subway Executive Team.

List of key leaders at Subway.

  • Suzanne Greco, President and CEO
  • Joe Chaves, Director of Operations
  • Don Fertman, Director of Development and Director of Franchise Sales
  • Christopher Carroll, Senior Vice President of Marketing
  • Joseph V. Tripodi, Chief Marketing Officer
  • Peter Buck, PhD, Co-Founder

Subway (Doctor’s Associates) Board of Directors:

  • Suzanne Greco
  • Lewis Finch III

Subway Careers and Jobs.

Subway currently employs over 400,000 people worldwide. If you want to join the Subway team, visit the company’s general Careers page, where you can browse and apply to restaurants jobs. If you are interested in corporate vacancies at Subway headquarters, visit this page, which allows you to create a profile, edit applications, and track their progress.

A more comprehensive description of regional jobs is available here (US-based jobs only). Lastly, you can view job vacancies at Subway’s LinkedIn.

How to complain to Subway.

To reach Subway’s U.S. Guest Relations department, call 1-800-888-4848.

In the United Kingdom, the Head Office can be reached on (+44) 0844-826-8484.

A restaurant feedback form is available here and can be used to report unsatisfactory experiences.

An alternative way of getting in touch with the Customer Service department at Subway is to message them on Twitter. Tweet at their Twitter handle @SubwayListens). The team is available seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5p.m., Eastern Standard Time.

If you have your Subway receipt handy, and you have 2 minutes to spare, you can also take Subway’s customer survey here. The company will award you with a free cookie for your time.

Other Subway Resources.

Use the resources listed below to find more information and contact details for Subway sand its different departments and services.

Please share your experiences, praise or complaints about Subway, in the comment section.

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  • Please encourage franchise owners to better screen and train their employees. I had a very concerning experience at the Economy, PA (inside Walmart) store. I am diabetic and was having a hypoglycemic condition (low blood sugar) while waiting to place my order. Only 1 person was in front of me, and 1 person was checking out. It took the Subway employee 10 minutes to take my order. I explained that I was diabetic, was getting hypoglycemic, and needed to eat. The employee (unprofessional in in attitude and appearance with tattoos up her arms and neck with a lot of attitude), was confrontational when I explained that I was about to go into sugar shock and needed her to take my order. She was yelling at me behind the counter, and was completely oblivious to the medical risk that she was putting me in and thus the legal risk that she was putting her store owner in. This employee said that she didn’t care. When I got a Walmart Customer Service employee to help me to get the Subway Manager’s name, the Subway employee told me that she had already called her manager and told him that I wouldn’t wait for my order. I believe that this Subway employee had might have been under the influence of drugs by the way that she was acting. If I would have passed out, I would have taken legal action against her, the Subway owner, Walmart, and potentially Corporate Subway. SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE ABOUT THIS!! PAY ATTENTION TO THIS AT CORPORATE!

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  • Please remove your ad regarding national sandwich day.Went to three different subways in chino,not a one of them particated.Lucky for you jerseys mike’s line was coming out the door…here is my receipt number Host order 685-363-789593

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  • I had 3 foot long steakandcheese sub’s I went through the drive through I got home and the steak was old it had a bad smell and when I got home I called and nobody answers the phone I would like my order replaced because my son found a hair in his sub and I would like it fresh it happened in wauchula fl

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  • Henderson nv an lv nv do not provide subways with gluten free bread. Other states are doing so an would appreciate the same. I would probably eat daily at subway if I could. Subway workers have expressed to me that the woman who is in charge of such has no interest in bringing gluten free bread in ever

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