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By Christian Jennings - bio | email

Bainbridge,  GA (WALB) – If you want a free subway sandwich, all you have to do is show up with a can of food. Subway restaurants in Decatur and Grady counties are teaming up with the Food Bank of Southwest Georgia this Sunday.

From Noon to 4, if you bring in any nutritional, non-perishable food donation... canned or boxed... you get a free regular 6-inch sub.

Participating restaurants will have signs posted and a box set up. Subway says it's a simple way for them to give back.

"Because a lot of families have lost their jobs. And it will benefit a lot of people that have lost their jobs and help the needy here in Bainbridge,"said Subway Manager Ann Brooks.

For the entire month of November, Subway will serve as a donation center for America's Second Harvest to help out area families for the holidays.

But you only the free sub this Sunday.

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