TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) - It was a day of giving for one chain restaurant.
Subway teamed up with the Salvation Army to provide sub–sandwiches to those in need at the Salvation Army office Tuesday.
They handed out 200 sandwiches to homeless and low income people.
Although they had a lighter turn out, officials took pride in feeding those who showed up.
"People are leaving with full bellies," said Julie Emery, Subway Senior Area Manager. "It's wonderful. I love being able to give back. We get a lot from the community so its our turn."
This marks Subway's third year providing lunch for the community. They also collected donations in exchange for a subway cash card.