STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — This month, customers confirmed upon the doors of the Subway at Curve Plaza searching out a Spicy Italian, a Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki, or Meatball Marinara. But instead of placing their order, they have been greeted with the aid of a note thanking them for their patronage for the past 12 years and permitting them to recognize that the store turned into closed.
Subway’s corporate places of work showed that the store, which shares the identical constructing as Kum & Goes comfort shop, has officially closed as of June 1. Steamboat Pilot & Today reached out to TSM Eagle, Inc. President Paul Van Engelenhoven via cellphone. However, he didn’t need to remark right now.
The Curve Plaza saved the second Subway keep owned via Van Engelenhoven to close this year. The doorways of the Subway placed in Central Park Plaza closed simply before Christmas in December 2018. That save turned into opened in 1990 using former owner George Barlow.
Barlow also opened the Curve Plaza store, which changed into located at the nook of Elk River Road and U.S. Highway 40, in June 2007. Less than 12 months later, in March 2008, Barlow introduced a Cold Stone Creamery to the Curve Plaza region. Barlow sold the shop to Van Engelenhoven a short time later. The assertion that the Curve Plaza Subway has closed its doors method town will be without a Subway area for the primary time in 29 years.