Charleys Unveils Pepperoni Steak Bomb Sandwich
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Charleys Unveils Pepperoni Steak Bomb Sandwich

Philly Steak Leader Introduces Limited-Time Offer, Exploding Taste Buds Everywhere

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Feb. 4, 2013 // PRNewswire // - Charleys restaurants, known for Charley's Grilled Subs® and Charleys Philly Steaks®, has introduced the Pepperoni Steak Bomb today, Feb. 4. This limited-time offer arrives just in time for Valentine's Day, giving Charleys' fans a sandwich that both their hearts and stomachs will love.

"At Charleys, we work to give our customers what they're craving – great tasting Philly steak and chicken sandwiches," said Dick Falcone , R&D Director for Charleys. "The Pepperoni Steak Bomb is loaded with 100 percent USDA choice-grade steak, zesty pepperoni, grilled onions and peppers, creamy provolone cheese and tangy Italian dressing – creating a sandwich that explodes with flavor."

The Pepperoni Steak Bomb, which will be available throughout the U.S. and at domestic AAFES (Army and Air Force Exchange Service)locations, delivers on Charleys' reputation for innovation with piping hot, signature steak creations at nearly 500 locations across the globe. The Pepperoni Steak Bomb is available Feb. 4 through March 24 at Charley's Grilled Subs and Charleys Philly Steaks restaurants. As well, the sandwich will be offered at international locations in 2013.

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About Charleys

With approximately 500 locations worldwide, Charleys is the world's largest Philly Steak restaurant franchisor. Known for its hot, USDA choice Philly Cheesesteaks grilled fresh to order, the menu also features all-white meat chicken breast sandwiches, signature lemonades and gourmet fry selections. Founded in 1986, the Columbus, Ohio-based company continues its rapid growth by opening new locations weekly in the United States and worldwide. For more information, visit

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