After colonizing New York City and even getting a location on a crane at the Freedom Tower construction site (not to mention vowing to open 1,000 locations in Moscow), Subway is now taking over Connecticut’s highway plazas. A franchise that operates Subways in New York City and Connecticut has cut a deal with the state that will insure that there are Dunkin’ Donuts and $5 foot-longs at all 23 plazas. And this is exactly why we take back roads whenever we travel.
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