Penn Station East Coast Subs will celebrate 25 years in business this November. To commemorate, the company is making a $25,000 donation to the National Down Syndrome Adoption Network through the Pepsi Refresh Project. Penn Station is also giving back to its customers to celebrate. For the month of November, Penn Station’s signature Philly Cheesesteak will be only $2.99 for the 8-inch size.
“We are very happy to celebrate our 25th anniversary and we’re really looking forward to the next 25 years,” said Craig Dunaway, president of Penn Station. “We think this anniversary can be a launching pad for the future so we can expand on the success we’ve seen over the last quarter century.”
During the month of November, any purchase of a Pepsi product at Penn Station helps the company support the National Down Syndrome Adoption Network. The company chose this organization because of personal connections.
“We know several people—including one of our franchisees—who have a child with Down syndrome so we felt like the National Down Syndrome Adoption Network would be a great organization to receive our donation,” Founder and CEO Jeff Osterfeld said. “It’s a charity that we all feel emotionally connected to and that does really great things so we’re happy to be able to help them.”
Penn Station is renowned for its legendary Philadelphia Cheesesteak Sub sandwich, served hot and made-to-order on freshly baked French bread. Featuring an upscale, fast-casual atmosphere, Penn Station serves a variety of hot and cold subs, as well as fresh, hand-cut French fries, hand-squeezed lemonade and chocolate chunk cookies baked fresh in the restaurant.