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    End of an Era of Sorts for Subway at Tower Plaza

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    Grady Ellis

    The recent move of Subway, from their longtime location at Tower Plaza into the Sonic is an end of an era of sorts. Subway was one of the original tenants at Tower Plaza when it opened in 1987. Other original anchors included Foodmax, Big B Drugs, Max 10, and a short-lived Dollar General. Subway has been a mainstay at Tower Plaza for 30 years and a reminder of the glory days of Bankhead Highway. Excitement is building for other future additions to Tower Plaza. To learn more about the new Subway you can click here for a previous story.

    Grady Ellis
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