Gold Medalists Nastia Liukin and Torah Bright Will Walk in The Heart Truth Red Dress Collection Fashion Show
SUBWAY restaurants, the world's largest restaurant chain, announced that Australian snowboard sensation Torah Bright and world champion gymnast Nastia Liukin will walk the runway in The Heart Truth Red Dress Collection Fashion Show at New York City's historic Hammerstein Ballroom on February 6th as part of a partnership with presenting sponsor Diet Coke.
In celebration of the third consecutive year that SUBWAY restaurants will have a famous fan walk the runway, the brand launched a national sweepstakes on Facebook.com/Subway on January 14th, offering three fans a chance to win an all-expense paid trip for two to New York City and tickets to the show.
Last year, SUBWAY Famous Fan and swim mom Debbie Phelps walked the runway with son Michael Phelps in the front row as she made her fashion show debut. Two years ago, Laila Ali walked the Red Dress Fashion Show on the brand's behalf.
"We are glad to have Nastia and Torah represent SUBWAY as we support women's heart health," said Tony Pace, Global Chief Marketing Officer at SUBWAY Franchise World Headquarters. "They both train hard and eat fresh so I'm sure they will enjoy their moments in the runway spotlight."
The SUBWAY FRESH FIT meal choices feature 9 sandwiches under 6 grams of fat and provide low fat and low saturated fat alternatives, with customizable sandwich combinations, servings of vegetables, apples slices, yogurt, or Baked! LAY'S Potato Crisps, and a selection of low-fat milk, diet soda, or bottled water beverages. In 2012, SUBWAY restaurants earned the American Heart Association's Heart-Check Meal Certification nutritional criteria, which enable the brand to include the iconic Heart-Check logo on SUBWAY restaurant menus nationwide.
The Red Dress is the national symbol for women and heart disease awareness, and a powerful reminder for women to take care of their hearts. The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute established The Heart Truth and introduced the Red Dress in 2002 as the national symbol of women and heart disease awareness, and this February marks the 11th year of the campaign's commitment to women's heart health.
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