PrimoHoagies Celebrated National Cold Cuts Day by Announcing New Store No. 99 in Montgomery County

Ali Nungesser, PrimoHoagie trainer
Image via PHL17.
Ali Nungesser.

National sandwich-maker PrimoHoagies announced on Mar. 3 — National Cold Cuts Day — the site of the 99th link in its local commercial chain: Perkiomenville. PHL17 reporter Monica Cryan not only got the story, but she also sliced some fresh meats and cheese in the process.

The new shop announcement came from Ali Nungesser, Primo’s director of training. Its address is 1461 North Gravel Pike (Route 29). It sits less than three miles south of Green Lane Park, on the same commercial pad as the Perkiomenville Post Office.

The first 100 customers on the Mar. 7 opening day received free hoagies.

With the 99th PrimoHoagies now open for business, the brand is now seeking a spot for No. 100. Nungesser would not reveal it; however, she hinted that it might be in New Jersey.

Of all the sandwiches on the Primo’s menu, Nungesser said the Italian hoagie was the favorite by far. She did, however, list other popular choices: ham and cheese, turkey and cheese, and bologna and cheese.

All varieties of PrimoHoagies are made with cold cuts that are sliced at the time of order. Nungesser says it’s the brand’s method of ensuring freshness.

More about PrimoHoagies is at PHL17.


Despite the fact that National Cold Cuts Day has passed, it’s never too late to dig into lunch meat.

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