Eh?: Staking out the top
It’s pretty standard fare in the Eh? column to see plugs for art and artistry in and around Duluth and Superior.
Recently, a couple of Subway Restaurant employees, one from Subway’s Hermantown location, one from Duluth’s Kenwood
Avenue location, attended Sub Jammers, a worldwide competition against other artists of the sandwich-making trade, and took first and third place respectively.
Cassandra Kryola, who has worked at Subway for the past 12 years, took home first place with a score of 47.09 — but don’t ask Eh? how that score is computed. For her efforts, Kryola won more than just bragging rights; she also took home a check for $3,000. That equates to about 600 foot-long subs off the $5-footlong menu.Shelly Matson, who has worked at Subway for 16 years, took third place with a score of 51.37, effectively sandwiching the second place winner from Arizona. For Matson’s sandwicheering, she received a check for $1,000, which works out to about 200 of those $5-footlongs.
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