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Jared The Subway Guy
Jared The Subway Guy

Jared Fogle was in the Fox Hole this morning.  He is in town for Subway promoting Subway’s FRESH START program.  Jared is speaking at two Jonesboro elementary schools today (Health Wellness and Environmental Studies & Microsociety).

Kids will be asked to track their health for two weeks and enter a drawing to win a $1,000 fitness grant for their school and a $250 Subway gift card.

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Jared lost 245 eating Subway for a year back in 1999.  He said he ate a six inch turkey sub for lunch, and a foot long veggie sub for supper.  No mayo, no oil, no cheese.  Ate baked chips.  And drank water.  He exercised 30 minutes a day.  And, from the looks of things, he’s doing a good job of staying in shape.

What’s Jared doing now?  running his Jared Foundation:  helping children learn life-long healthy diet and exercise habits.

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