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Subway Wants You To Look Hot for Halloween

See the Spot: Chain Pitches Fresh Fit Menu As Means To Rock Sexy Costumes

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Some marketers start marketing lighter foods after the holidays as part of the annual get-fit-for summer season. But Subway is using an unusual time of year: it's using fall to tap into a possibly never-before-marketed fitness trend: staying in shape to fit into sexy Halloween costumes. The chain's spot, launching today, follows "Crop Fit," a spot launched in August about a fake fitness trend that uses "hardcore fitness based on 19th century farming practices."

The new spot shows some of the usual suspects in sexy costumes, like a teacher in a too-short skirt or a hot devil. Subway says this and the "Crop Fit" spot are identifying "undiscovered health and fitness trends," a new way for the chain to market its Fresh Fit menu.

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