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Jimmy John’s sandwich shop opens in Hartselle   

Special to the Enquirer 

A new Jimmy John’s sandwich shop located at 587 Highway 31 NW is now open and ready to serve gourmet sandwiches to the people of Hartselle. 

“Our team is excited to serve fresh, fast and tasty sandwiches to a new set of customers in the Hartselle area,” said owner Tim Woodard. “Whether it’s in our new store, through contactless delivery or ordered through our Freaky Fast Rewards® loyalty program – our team is ready to serve even more guests on their terms in a way that only Jimmy John’s can deliver.” 

Woodard says he plans to hire around 15-20 employees. Anyone interested in applying can text 5240007 to 31063 to get an application link. 

Founded in 1983., Jimmy John’s has built its reputation on serving up fast and fresh sandwiches in communities across the country and is one of the fastest growing franchises in the U.S. with over 2,700 Jimmy John’s locations across 43 states.  

The new Jimmy John’s in Hartselle is open daily from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. and will deliver sandwiches right to your door if you are inside the delivery area. Jimmy John’s also offers convenient catering for any occasion. Customers can stop by the new location, call the store at 256-286-0099 or order online at online.jimmyjohns.com or through the Jimmy John’s mobile app. 

 

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