Potbelly Sandwich Shop celebrates nurses with National Nurses Week deal

 
 
Updated 5/6/2021 9:20 AM

To celebrate National Nurses Week, Potbelly Sandwich Shop is offering a free cookie or a free regular fountain drink to nurses with the order of any entree from Thursday, May 6 through Wednesday, May 12.

Potbelly has been thanking nurses on this week for several years, but this year takes on new meaning. Given all of the time and care that nurses across the nation are putting into treating patients amid the pandemic and beyond, Potbelly Sandwich Shop is saying thank you with a free sweet treat with the purchase of any entree, like its famous toasted sandwiches and fresh salads.

 

Potbelly bakes cookies fresh, in shop every day. As part of the special offer, nurses have the choice between an Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie, Chocolate Brownie Cookie or Sugar Cookie; or any regular-sized fountain drink of their choice.

HOW: It's simple, nurses just need to show their medical ID at the counter when ordering.

WHEN: Thursday, May 6 - Wednesday, May 12

WHERE: All Potbelly Locations. Available for in-shop orders only.

About Potbelly

Potbelly Corporation is a neighborhood sandwich concept that has been feeding customers' smiles with warm, toasty sandwiches, signature salads, hand-dipped shakes and other fresh menu items, customized just the way customers want them, for more than 40 years. Potbelly promises Fresh, Fast & Friendly service in an environment that reflects the local neighborhood. Since opening its first shop in Chicago in 1977, Potbelly has expanded to neighborhoods across the country - with more than 400 company-owned shops in the United States. Additionally, Potbelly franchisees operate over 40 shops in the United States. For information, visit our website at www.potbelly.com.

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