Scottsdale sandwich artist competes at Subway competition

(Submitted photo)

(Submitted photo)

Subway Restaurants of Arizona is pleased to announce that north Scottsdale’s own Skyeler Durham, representing the Subway restaurant near Hayden and Lone Mountain, placed among the top finishers at its annual statewide Subjammers contest.

The contest is a lively tomato and lettuce-covered competition to determine the fastest, most accurate sandwich artists in Arizona, stated a press release. Each of the top finishers received hundreds of dollars in prizes, not to mention bragging rights.

The top Arizona finisher, Nitasha Truss, will go on to the global competition in Las Vegas this July, where she will attempt to take home the crown for the second time, having represented and won for Arizona just two years ago, according to the release.

The local United Blood Services organization also benefited from the event, as all of the nearly 100 sub sandwiches created during the event were immediately donated after the competition, stated the release.

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