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March 27, Eat a Sub at Jersey Mike's and help support Early Childhood Literacy

— On Wednesday, March 27, the 'Day of Giving,' the franchise owner and operator at both Spokane-area Jersey Mike's locations will donate 100 percent of sales to support the Reach Out and Read program at Providence Pediatrics Clinics. Whether customers order a sub, or even a bag of chips, every single dollar that comes in will be donated, all of it - not just the profit.
It's estimated that half of children entering kindergarten in Washington state have not developed the skills they need to thrive in the school environment. The Reach Out and Read program supports early literacy by involving the child's doctor. At each well-care visit between the ages of 6 months and 5 years, children are given an age-appropriate book to take home. Funds raised during Jersey Mike's Day of Giving will be used to purchase and distribute books through certified Providence Health Care Reach Out and Read pediatricians.

All month long, generous customers have been making donations at Jersey Mike's Subs throughout the nation during the 9th Annual 'Month of Giving' fundraising campaign in support of local needs and charities.

Jersey Mike's Spokane locations are on the south hill at Regal and the Palouse Highway, and in Northtown Square, on Division.

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