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World Series Park welcomes Jersey Mike’s to Saugus

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(Editor’s Note: The following info is from a press release issued by World Series Park this week.)

  Jersey Mike’s Subs recently opened at 741 Broadway in Saugus in the same strip mall as Pearle Vision. Started in 1956, Jersey Mike’s is a national chain of 2,034 sub shops that offers fresh sliced subs on freshly baked bread. Other Jersey Mike’s in the area include in Swampscott, Brighton and – soon to open – Peabody. Jersey Mike’s has agreed to be one of the World Series Park sponsors starting in the 2022 season. Jersey Mike’s subs will be served at the World Series Park snack bar for all games.

  Jersey Mike’s is passionate about giving back to its local communities. Yearly they offer five $5,000 grants to those working to make a difference in their local communities. They are also a longtime sponsor of the Special Olympics. Jersey Mike’s believes in serving the community by not only catering to people’s food needs but also supporting causes that make Saugus a better place to live, like World Series Park, which provides a great facility for the youngsters of Saugus to play baseball at.

  World Series Park in Saugus depends on the support of Saugus businesses. Many Saugus businesses purchase advertising signs that are displayed on the outfield fence each season. People who come to the park are encouraged to support these businesses, since without the support of these businesses the park wouldn’t be possible. Each season, World Series Park hosts over 250 games.

  “We very much appreciate Jersey Mike’s support and encourage people to try their delicious and reasonably priced subs,” World Series Park Superintendent Bob Davis said. “We hope that other new and already established Saugus businesses will help us by purchasing advertising signs and making donations. This kind of support is what got us started and has kept us going over the last seventeen years.”

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