Thursday, October 14, 2010
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Trick Out Your Bag and Win Some Treats in the Which Wich Bag-o-Lantern Contest
Hey, boys and ghouls! Halloween is right around the corner, so to get you in the spirit (get it? spirit?) of the season, Which Wich has launched its first-ever Bag-o-Lantern promotion. Here's how it works. First, go to Which Wich. (That's easy. You do that already.) Then order your favorite wich, take home the bag, and trick it out with the most wicked Halloween-inspired design. Take a picture of your bag-o-lantern, upload it to the Which Wich Facebook wall, tag yourself to the photo, and get all of your friends to like it! The person whose bag-o-lantern receives the most likes will win a $50 gift card; second and third place will get a $25 gift card and $10 gift card, respectively. Visit Facebook.com/WhichWich for all the deets and contest rules. Then get wichy with it! The contest ends October 31 at 11:59 pm CST.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Grub Street Can't Wait for Which Wich To Open in LA
Monday, August 23, 2010
Vote for Which Wich in the Dallas Observer's Best of Dallas
How do you love Which Wich? Let us count the ways--starting with the Best of Dallas! If you live in Dallas-Fort Worth--heck, even if you don't--you have until September 9 to vote in the Dallas Observer's Best of Dallas 2010 readers poll. There isn't a category for sandwich shop (for shame!), but there are categories for lunch deal, restaurant for kids, dessert, and take-out. But don't say we didn't warn you: the survey is long. However, you can just vote for Which Wich and click through to submit. We won't tell.
Eating at Which Wich Is an Experience, Not Just a Meal
Which Wich Now Open in Fullerton, California
Friday, August 20, 2010
Which Wich Now Open in Alpharetta, Georgia
Monday, August 9, 2010
Which Wich Sends “Flagged” Bags Filled With Treats to U.S. Troops Overseas
Remember that little promotion called Flag Your Bag? You know, the one where we asked our guests to draw their best patriotic doodles on the backs of their sandwich bags to say thanks to our troops serving overseas? Well, we finally gathered up all of the "flagged bags"--aren't they snazzy?--and stuffed them full of cookies, brownies, and Wich Krispies. Also included in each bag was a letter from chief vibe officer Jeff Sinelli, thanking them for their bravery and service. (Aw.) Then we boxed up the bags, dropped off the packages at the post office, and blew them a little kiss goodbye.
So how did we know where to send the care packages? We asked our Facebook fans, natch, and they provided addresses for their loved ones stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. (Thank you Leah Guffey Banister, Lauren Nygard, Tiffany Rodriguez, Tina Smith, and Kathy Davenport.) Everybody keep your fingers crossed that the boxes arrive safely!