Jared Fogle, the man who famously lost weight with exercise and Subway sandwiches, spends about 100 days per year traveling to elementary schools around the country to deliver his message about being healthy. “Since the kids know me from TV, hopefully the message will have a little more meaning to them,” said Fogle, who began gaining excessive weight in third grade. On Wednesday, the 34-year-old spoke at Spokane’s Holmes Elementary School. Story here. (SR photo: Christopher Anderson) And: KHQ video link to interview with Jared here.
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Question: Does Subway spokesman Jared Fogle inspire/deflate you?