Subway spokesman Jared Fogle to appear in Bangor

Posted Aug. 11, 2010, at 7:14 p.m.
Jim Taylor (right) of Winterport meets Jared Fogle, the young Indiana resident who lost more than 200 pounds eating two Subway sandwiches per day, at the Subway on Broadway in Bangor. (NEWS Photo by Kevin Bennett)
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Jim Taylor (right) of Winterport meets Jared Fogle, the young Indiana resident who lost more than 200 pounds eating two Subway sandwiches per day, at the Subway on Broadway in Bangor. (NEWS Photo by Kevin Bennett)
Jared Fogle, the iconic spokesperson for Subway restaurants, lends his support to the Start!Walking program at Husson College's Dyke Center for Family Business in Bangor on Wednesday. The program is designed to get Americans walking during their work day.  (BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS)



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Subway-Fogle-JCR.jpg Jared Fogle, the iconic  spokesperson for Subway restaurants, lent his support as a speaker for the press conference to kick off  the Start! Walking program in Maine. The program is designed to get American's walking during their work day. Photographed by John Clarke Russ-- Wednesday, Apri 11, 2007  at Husson's Dyke Center for Family Business in Bangor.
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Jared Fogle, the iconic spokesperson for Subway restaurants, lends his support to the Start!Walking program at Husson College's Dyke Center for Family Business in Bangor on Wednesday. The program is designed to get Americans walking during their work day. (BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS) CAPTION Subway-Fogle-JCR.jpg Jared Fogle, the iconic spokesperson for Subway restaurants, lent his support as a speaker for the press conference to kick off the Start! Walking program in Maine. The program is designed to get American's walking during their work day. Photographed by John Clarke Russ-- Wednesday, Apri 11, 2007 at Husson's Dyke Center for Family Business in Bangor.

BANGOR, Maine — Subway spokesman Jared Fogle will be in Bangor on Aug. 20 and 21 to promote the sandwich chain in two separate events.

Fogle will spend Friday, Aug. 20, at various locations connected to the Senior Little League World Series and Saturday morning, Aug. 21, he will be at the Subway location in the Airport Mall.

From 11 a.m. to noon Aug. 20, Fogle will attend a Senior Little League luncheon to distribute 250 sandwiches to players and staff. From there, he will head to Mansfield Stadium in Bangor for the day’s semifinal game, at which he will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. His schedule that day will wrap up with an address to the players and their families at the awards banquet and dinner.

Then, at 9 a.m. Aug. 21, Fogle will make an appearance at the Airport Mall Subway shop, where he will sign and present to Bangor City Councilors Richard Bronson and Gerry Palmer a set of four custom baseball bats. Made by LaCasse Bats, which is headquartered in Skowhegan, the bats bear the Subway insignia and the names of Bangor City Council Chairman Richard Stone, Fogle, local Subway franchisee Brian Hansen and the city of Bangor.

“We are very thrilled to be able to partner with LaCasse Bats for this event,” said Hansen, who owns the restaurant recently opened on Main Street. “This customized bat is very unique, and we’re honored to have Jared present it to the great city of Bangor.”

LaCasse Bats was founded in 2008 by Jesse LaCasse, who graduated from St. Joseph’s College in Standish with a degree in sports management in 2003. While playing in a summer league with a homemade bat, his teammates’ interest in his bats prompted LaCasse to take the operation commercial in 2008.

Fogle’s size 62 pants, made famous by the Subway television commercials in which he promotes a healthy lifestyle, will be on display Saturday at the Airport Mall restaurant. Participants in that event will also receive a certificate for a free sandwich at the chain’s stores.

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